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  1. Toleration Act (1649)
  2. (George) Whitefield
  3. Metacom's War (King Phillip's War)
  4. (Sir Humphrey) Gilbert
  5. (Williams) Pitt
  1. a Native Americans battle New England colonies; large percentage of native americans died, making it one of the bloodiest wars in US; severely damaged the Native American presence in the new world
  2. b an act enacted in Maryland to grant religious freedom to all Christians
  3. c General who led British forces in French and Indian War; used much of his own money to finance the war
  4. d leading evangelist of religious reform in England and the colonies; Great Awakening that challenged the established religious order.
  5. e English nobleman whose attempt to settle on Newfoundland collapsed due to inadequate supplies and harsh climate`

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Religious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on predestination and total depravity
  2. King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the 15th century; funded Columbus's journey to America's
  3. American extention of the Glorious Revolution; overthrew Andros and send him back to England
  4. a fort built by the French; renamed Fort Pitt after it was captured by the British early the French-Indian war
  5. King and Queen of England who were enthroned after the Glorious Revolution

5 True/False questions

  1. (John) Winthropbrought tobacco to Virginia; married Pocohantas

          

  2. (Nathaniel) BaconReligious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on predestination and total depravity

          

  3. Martin Luthera fort built by the French; renamed Fort Pitt after it was captured by the British early the French-Indian war

          

  4. English Civil WarThe Spanish Fleet sent to attack England, but failed due to losses in battle or weather damage

          

  5. New NetherlandThe Spanish Fleet sent to attack England, but failed due to losses in battle or weather damage