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5 Matching questions

  1. a primary weapon used by colonial legislatures in their conflicts with royal governors was...
  2. established church
  3. apprentice
  4. Praying Towns
  5. the "triangular trade" involved the sale of rum, molasses, and slaves among the ports of...
  1. a term for tax-supported condition of Congregational and Anglican churches, but not Baptists, Quakers, and Roman Catholics
  2. b a person who works under a master to acquire instruction in a trade or profession
  3. c term for New England settlements where Indians from various tribes were gathered to be Christianized
  4. d New England, Africa, and the West Indies
  5. e using their power of the purse to withhold the governor's salary

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ethnic group that had already relocated once before immigrating to America and settling largely on the Western frontier of the middle and southern colonies
  2. one who rents rather than owns land
  3. colonial printer whose case helped begin freedom of the press
  4. itinerant British evangelist who spread the Great Awakening throughout the colonies
  5. creating new cultures and societies out of the mingling of diverse ethinc groups

5 True/False questions

  1. Dutcha small religious group that has broken away from some larger mainstream church, often claiming superior or exclusive possession of religious truth

          

  2. Baptistsnonestablished religious group that benefited from the Great Awakening

          

  3. Patrick Henryeloquent lawyer-orator who argued in defense of colonial rights

          

  4. gentrylandowners of substantial property, social standing, and leisure, but not titled nobility

          

  5. tavernspopular colonial centers of recreation, gossip, and political debate

          

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