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  1. Halfway Covenant
  2. Regulator Movement
  3. Spanish Armada
  4. (Peter) Stuyvesant
  5. Glorious Revolution
  1. a Governor of New Netherland, the precursor to New York
  2. b proposed that second-generation members be granted the same privilege of baptism (but not communion) as had been granted to the first generation; tried to encourage a spiritual conversion and full-church membership
  3. c The Spanish Fleet sent to attack England, but failed due to losses in battle or weather damage
  4. d movement consisting of landowning vigilantes tried to supress outlaw bands of whites who were stealing cattle and property; wanted greater political rights for S. Carolina
  5. e a bloodless coup in England tha overthrew James the II and enthroned Mary II and William the III; weakened the monarchial power

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. brought tobacco to Virginia; married Pocohantas
  2. English nobleman who led an early attempt to establish a colony in the New World; associated with Roanoke, "the Lost Colony"
  3. first governor of Georgia; attacked Florida, but without success
  4. English noble man who etablished Maryland as a refuge from religious persecution
  5. took New Netherlands and named it New York; became English king, who was disliked for his support of Catholicism

5 True/False questions

  1. Headright Systemthis system encouraged immigration by granting heads of households 50 acres of land per servant he brings

          

  2. (King) William III and (Queen) Mary IIKing and Queen of England who were enthroned after the Glorious Revolution

          

  3. Currency Act (1751)act which prohibited US from issuing paper currency; hurt US trade by removing circulating paper money

          

  4. Stono Rebellionbrought tobacco to Virginia; married Pocohantas

          

  5. Navigation Acts (1651, 1660, 1663)These sets of acts restricted the US to trade with England, which helped fuel resentment of England

          

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