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131 Chapters 3-4 Study Quiz   True/False Indicate whether the statement is true or false


131 Chapters 3-4 Study Quiz



Indicate whether the statement is true or false.


____    1.   England transported more than 50,000 convicts to the North American colonies for settlement.


____    2.   In the New World, people were generally safe from disease and epidemics.


____    3.   Most colonists strongly believed in the inferiority of women.


____    4.   In British North America, black men and black women were often excluded from religious services out of the belief that Christianized slaves might seek to gain freedom.


____    5.   The most important crop in the Virginia colony was tobacco.


____    6.   By 1700, tobacco, rice, and indigo were the most important export crops of Maryland, Virginia, and the Carolinas.


____    7.   New Englanders, more than southerners, turned to the sea for their livelihood.


____    8.   Belief in witchcraft was widespread throughout Europe in the seventeenth century.


____    9.   In 1691–1692, mass hysteria struck the town of Salem, Massachusetts, in the form of an outbreak of alleged witchcraft.


____  10.   The colony of Pennsylvania was one of the most diverse in English North America, with English, German, Scots-Irish, and a variety of smaller national and ethnic groups represented.


____  11.   Initially, in the early seventeenth century, many of the first slaves were treated like indentured servants and earned their freedom.


____  12.   During the eighteenth century, demand for slaves in the southern colonies declined slightly.


____  13.   Because traveling at night was dangerous in the colonies, taverns became important during the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.


____  14.   Jonathan Edwards saw emotionalism as a weakness among Christians.


____  15.   George Whitefield was a great preacher who even impressed Benjamin Franklin with his eloquence.


____  16.   Britain’s adoption of mercantilist policies set it apart from other European powers of the seventeenth century.


____  17.   The Glorious Revolution was bloodier (in terms of battle deaths) than the English Civil War.


____  18.   John Locke’s writings justified revolution in some cases.


____  19.   Through the first half of the eighteenth century, the power of the colonial assemblies generally declined.


____  20.   George Washington played a major role in the start of the French and Indian War.


____  21.   Although the Seven Years’ War has often been called a world war, there was very little international conflict.


____  22.   Like his grandfather and great-grandfather, George III cared little about England.


____  23.   George Grenville continued the policy of “salutary neglect.”


____  24.   The Stamp Act placed the first tax on the new colonial postal system.


____  25.   The Quartering Act required the colonies to provide provisions and barracks for British soldiers.


____  26.   The Gaspee incident involved the burning of a church in Boston by British soldiers.


____  27.   John and Sam Adams, the “Patriot brothers of Philadelphia,” urged their fellow colonists to reject the arguments of Common Sense.


____  28.   Thomas Jefferson was the chief author (or “draftsman”) of the Declaration of Independence.



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