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  1. Proprietorships
  2. Maryland
  3. Dominion of New England
  4. Anne Hutchinson
  5. New York
  1. a Puritan dissenter banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony because she believed God spoke directly to individuals, not just elders; she fled to Rhode Island in 1638
  2. b New England was the most prominent region of the colonies; (Mass, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire)
  3. c an individual owning a colony; Pennsylvannia, New Jersey
  4. d Formerly New Holland; a middle colony taken over by the king and named after his brother
  5. e a primarily Catholic Chesapeake colony

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a middle colony founded by William Penn and other Quakers; very diverse
  2. The accusations of witchcraft may have reflected social tensions that found their outlet through an attack on people perceived as outsiders, the Salem witchcraft crisis exposed the dark side of Puritan ideas about women
  3. the Rhode Island founder who was kicked out of Massachusetts
  4. a control of colonial trade from American ports to Europe and other regions; imposed by Sir Edmund Andros
  5. leader of Mass Bay Colony; co-author of the Mayflower Compact; Puritan

5 True/False questions

  1. Triangular TradeProtestants who wanted to purify the faith; very strict, practical, and have the idea of glorifying God in every single thing they do; believe in predestination; prominent in Massachusetts

          

  2. Powhatan ConfederacyThe organization of Powhatan Tribes led by Chief Powhatan. Jamestown colonists, including John Smith, traded with them

          

  3. PuritansProtestants who wanted to purify the faith; very strict, practical, and have the idea of glorifying God in every single thing they do; believe in predestination; prominent in Massachusetts

          

  4. Massachusetts Baya joint stock colony part of New England; founded by Puritans and lead by William Bradford

          

  5. mercantilisma section of Protestantism started by John Calvin; part of the Puritan faith