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  1. Middle Passage
  2. Calvinism
  3. Roger Williams
  4. Separatists
  5. New York
  1. a Formerly New Holland; a middle colony taken over by the king and named after his brother
  2. b the brutal journey of indentured servants, but mostly slaves, from Africa to the colonies; many died and were thrown overboard, but these punishments were justified by the awful settlers
  3. c a section of Protestantism started by John Calvin; part of the Puritan faith
  4. d the Rhode Island founder who was kicked out of Massachusetts
  5. e sub-group of the Puritans who vowed to break completely with the Church of England

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. leader of Mass Bay Colony; co-author of the Mayflower Compact; Puritan
  2. trade between Africa, Europe, and the New World; includes Middle Passage; helped New England's economy the most
  3. founder of Pennsylvannia; Quaker; helped set up an advertisement to draw people to Quakerism
  4. a system set up by Britain to extract money from all 13 colonies to give back to Britain; small part of the Triangular Trade; placed taxes on colonial goods
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. John Winthropleader of Colonial Virginia; author of "Model of Christian Charity" known for "city upon a hill"


  2. indentured servantsblack or white servants who worked for masters for a certain amount of time, then gained land from their work; became less common than slaves


  3. Anne HutchinsonPuritan 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


  4. Navigation Actsa control of colonial trade from American ports to Europe and other regions; imposed by Sir Edmund Andros


  5. Great Awakeningreligious revivals in the colonies lead by Jonathan Edwards