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Did the colonies promoting freedom and religion help to shape the character of English settlements in America?
NO
What did John Smith do to save the colony in Jamestown?
He imposed work and order
He was the Englishman who first cultivated tobacco in Virginia.
John Rolfe
What happened in Virginia in 1619 that was very important?
They elected their first House of Burgesses
The Virginia Company's "Headright" system provided what?
land to current or prospective settlers
Two new elements were introduced in 1619 into the Virginian social order, what were they?
Blacks and Women
What colony provided for freedom of religion to ALL Christians?
Maryland
What was one of the causes of the Bacon's Rebellion?
The rule of Governor Berkley
What did Caribbean colonies based their economy on?
Exporting crops
Why did Virgians turn to African slaves in place of indentured servants?
Slaves did not have to be released, and there was no worry of them becoming a homeless poor class
Were the majority of settlers in Plymouth Puritan Separatist?
NO
He was the first Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
John Winthrop
Anne Hutchinson's teaching threatened to under-mind the spiritual authority of the established clergy for what reason?
She claimed believers could communicate directly to God
The Restoration colonies had in common that they were all what?
Propriety Ventures
The slavery in Carolina was greatly influenced by the slavery where?
Barbados
These Acts was designed to regulate commerce according to the theory of mercantilism.
The Navigation Acts
Was the Glorious Revolution and the overthrow of King James II well received?
YES
In America, The Glorious Revolution of 1668, showed that issues of the English Empire OR Local issues were not important?
Local Issues
(True or False)
Virginia was a profitable colony from the start.
False
(True or False)
The "Headright" system was designed to attract more settlers to Virginia.
True
(True or False)
The English colonies in American developed their own distinct personalities.
True
(True or False)
The first Africans brought to America in 1619 on a Dutch ship were immediately sold as slaves.
False
(True or False)
The Bacon's Rebellion successfully overthrew the government of Sir William Berkley.
False
(True or False)
The English planters that settled in Barbados were gentleman and only interested in a easy life.
False
(True or False)
The exchanges between Indians and Europeans did not benefit the agriculture.
False
(True or False)
Roger Williams insisted that the land settled in Massachusetts belonged to the Indians not to the King.
True
(True or False)
After the English defeated the Indians, the French refused to help the Indians.
False
(True or False)
John Locke was the author of the Fundamental Constitution of Carolina.
True
(True or False)
When the English took over New Amsterdam, they easily got rid of the Dutch influences.
False
(True or False)
Soon after it was founded, the Quakers became the largest religious group in Pennsylvania.
False
(True or False)
The majority of settlers that came to Georgia came from a debtors prison.
False
(True or False)
New Englanders liked the idea of a centralized authority under the Dominion of New England.
False
(True or False)
The Navigation Acts increased the authority of the Crown, and decreased local authority.
True
(True or False)
Massachusetts was the colony that the Crown could usually depend on to support its policies.
False
(True or False)
As a result of the Glorious Revolution, religious freedom continued in Maryland.
False
(True or False)
The Glorious Revolution of 1668 had little effect on the colonies.
False
(True or False)
In Massachusetts, each Puritan congregation had the right to choose their own ministers and run their own affairs.
True
(True or False)
From the very beginning the 13 colonies considered themselves as a single society, economy, and nation.
False