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  1. (George) Whitefield
  2. Metacom's War (King Phillip's War)
  3. Navigation Acts (1651, 1660, 1663)
  4. Leisler's Rebellion
  5. (William) Berkeley
  1. a American extention of the Glorious Revolution; overthrew Andros and send him back to England
  2. b 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
  3. c corrupt Virginian governor; made large land grants to himself and members in his council and supressed dissent in the House of Burgesses - acts which upset the people; associated with Bacon's Rebellion
  4. d leading evangelist of religious reform in England and the colonies; Great Awakening that challenged the established religious order.
  5. e These sets of acts restricted the US to trade with England, which helped fuel resentment of England

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. English general and statesman who led the parliamentary army in the English Civil War (1599-1658)
  2. English noble man who etablished Maryland as a refuge from religious persecution
  3. the first covenant of government in the US;
  4. British Whig chief minister; his patronage system created the policy of salutary neglect in the US
  5. this English monarch's reign was marked by the English Civil War; the monarchy was temporarily dispowered after his rule

5 True/False questions

  1. (Benjamin) FranklinReligious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on predestination and total depravity

          

  2. (Sir Walter) RaleighEnglish nobleman who led an early attempt to establish a colony in the New World; associated with Roanoke, "the Lost Colony"

          

  3. (General) James WolfeEnglish monarch who granted the Virginia Company, and other groups, rights to etablish colonies

          

  4. (Peter) Stuyvesantadvocated religious tolerance and separation of church and state; he was banished from Massachusetts and established Rhode Island

          

  5. (King) Philip IISpanish Monarch who sent the Spanish Armada to attack England, which failed