5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- This law allowed freedom of worship for all Christians in Maryland to keep the peace between Catholics and Protestants there.
- Where were women more commonly found: the Chesapeake Bay or New England?
- An attempt by New England clergymen in 1662 to counteract declining church membership by allowing the children of church members to join even though they had not experienced salvation.
- A radical separatist group of English Protestants who settled at Plymouth in order to be left alone to lead a pure and religious life.
- What emerged as a cash crop that caused Jamestown to survive as the first permanent British settlement in America?
- a tobacco
- b Act of Toleration
- c New England
- d Pilgrims
- e Half-Way Covenant
5 Multiple choice questions
- James Oglethorpe
- The Great Awakening
- give away land belonging to the Indians
- John Peter Zenger
5 True/False questions
Who provided a relatively cheap and abundant source of labor for Chesapeake tobacco planters? → indentured servants
Did Anne Hutchison claim that believers could or could not communicate directly with God? → could
Who was one of the earliest advocates for religious freedom in American history? → Roger Williams
This was used in Virginia to encourage immigration by giving 50 acres of land to any settler who brought a servant. → The Half-Way Covenant
How did 17th century English settlers of New England differed from those in Virginia? → most Christian churches