Which one of the following is not true of the community of Cahokia on the Mississippi



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South Carolina.

B)



Rhode Island.

C)



Pennsylvania.

D)



Delaware.

E)



New York.


27)



Which one of the following was NOT part of William Penn's "Holy Experiment?"

27)


______

A)



dealing fairly with the Indians

B)



equality of sexes

C)



religious freedom

D)



access to purchase land

E)



elected representation


28)



Penn approved of this former Scandinavian-Dutch community becoming the separate colony of

28)


______

A)



Rhode Island.

B)



Maine.

C)



South Carolina.

D)



Delaware.

E)



New Jersey.


29)



By the eighteenth century, this city was North America's most important colonial port

29)


______

A)



Charleston

B)



Philadelphia

C)



Baltimore

D)



New York City

E)



Boston


30)



Metacomet, leader of the Wampanoags, led a fierce but futile war against New Englanders known as

30)


______

A)



Queen Anne's War.

B)



the Pequot War.

C)



Great Swamp War.

D)



Tammany War.

E)



King Philip's War.


31)



In the first half of the eighteenth century, colonists complained little about the mercantilist system because

31)


______

A)



the colonists benefited from it.

B)



the colonial legislatures paid the salaries of enforcement officers.

C)



it did not apply to the colonists.

D)



there was little interest in manufacturing in the colonies.

E)



the colonies were economically self-sufficient.


32)



In the mid-eighteenth century Chesapeake region

32)


______

A)



the children of European men and African women were given freedom.

B)



interracial intimacy was encouraged.

C)



free mulattoes were given the rights of all free individuals.

D)



the children of European women and African men were given freedom.

E)



there were no free mulattoes.


33)



Thomas Jefferson's beliefs about slaves and slavery were that

33)


______

A)



slavery was morally acceptable.

B)



slaves were equal in every respect to whites.

C)



freedom for slaves was the immediate answer to the racial problem.

D)



white prejudice and black bitterness would maintain racial divisions.

E)



there were relatively few reasons for a division between whites and blacks.


34)



Which of the following were "enumerated goods" in the colonial economy?

34)


______

A)



dairy products

B)



meat

C)



grain

D)



all of the above

E)



none of the above


35)



Which one of the following crops was NOT significant in entrenching slavery in the Americas from 1441 to 1770?

35)


______

A)



sugar

B)


tobacco

C)


indigo

D)


rice

E)


cotton


36)



Until the fifteenth century, trade in slaves in Europe

36)


______

A)



was a lucrative business.

B)



was unknown.

C)



was an established and well-accepted institution.

D)



was everywhere accepted as compatible with Christianity.

E)



was confined to northern and eastern Europe.


37)



Brazil, Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, and St. Dominique all illustrate the connection between slavery and

37)


______

A)



tobacco.

B)


sugar.

C)


cotton.

D)


rice.

E)


wheat.


38)



A tropical commodity that did NOT affect European working life was

38)


______

A)



rice.

B)


sugar.

C)


tobacco.

D)


coffee.

E)


tea.


39)



Most scholars believe that a total of how many slaves went from Africa to the Americas during the slave trade's existence?

39)


______

A)



over 200 million

B)



500,000 to 1 million

C)



10 to 12 million

D)



1 to 1.2 million

E)



100 to 120 million


40)



The term "Middle Passage" refers to the

40)


______

A)



sugar to rum transition from the West Indies to New England.

B)



horrendous slave voyages from Africa to America.

C)



English search for a water route through North America.

D)



transport of slaves from the West Indies to the American South.

E)



regulations of mercantilism on the Atlantic.


41)



Which one has the least in common with the others?

41)


______

A)



Barracoons

B)



Creoles

C)



Mulattoes

D)



Indians

E)



Maroons


42)



If you were in a stone house with a great barn, in a "heaven for farmers," with Quaker, Scots-Irish and German neighbors, you were probably in

42)


______

A)



Pennsylvania.

B)



Massachusetts.

C)



The Carolinas.

D)



Delaware.

E)



New York.


43)



If you were a squatter in a log cabin, raising Indian corn and hogs, hunting, caring little for rank, you were probably in this area

43)


______

A)



Dutch Highlands.

B)



Spanish Borderlands.

C)



New England.

D)



Lower South.

E)



Backcountry.


44)



Backcountry settlers of Pennsylvania borrowed their farming methods, hunting traditions, and log cabin building from the

44)


______

A)



Scandinavians and Scots.

B)



Cherokees and Scots.

C)



Susquehannoks and French trappers.

D)



Iroquois and North Britons.

E)



Delawares and Scandinavians.


45)



Which one of the following is LEAST true of everyday community life in North American colonial societies?

45)


______

A)



Family and kin were very important.

B)



They broke away from their mother country's culture.

C)



They relied on the collective community.

D)



They were more attached to old religious controversies than their homelands.

E)



They were mostly oral cultures following the seasons.


46)



Ann Franklin and Cornelia Bradford demonstrate the

46)


______

A)



Crossing over to another culture.

B)



Equality of Quaker society.

C)



Active role of women in journalism.

D)



Importance of women in colonial religion.

E)



Importance of midwives in small communities.


47)



Between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the chances of an indentured servant's at least moderate success had increased to this percent

47)


______

A)



5.

B)


32.

C)


50.

D)


80.

E)


20.


48)



The English colonies populations grew more rapidly than the Spanish or French colonies because

48)


______

A)



Their fertility rates were higher.

B)



Good framing techniques and food were more plentiful.

C)



English immigration policies were less restrictive.

D)



of increased infant mortality.

E)



Their environments were healthier and mortality was lower.


49)



Which one of the following is NOT true about the population growth in the colonies from 1700 to 1750?

49)


______

A)



High fertility played a large role in the population increase.

B)



The rate of increase was more than that of European expansion in the eighteenth century.

C)



The total population grew from about 290,000 colonists to about 1.3 million.

D)



Its rate of increase was less than the average annual growth of typical preindustrial societies.

E)



It increased by about three percent per year.


50)



Landless or "strolling poor" were MOST likely to be found in this area

50)


______

A)



French Crescent.

B)



Lower South.

C)



New England.

D)



The northern interior.

E)



Pennsylvania.


51)



The other British possessions in North America did not join the revolutionary camp of the thirteen colonies because

51)


______

A)



There was little sympathy for the thirteen colonies.

B)



It was against their economic interests.

C)



They feared stirring up their Indian populations and allies if they joined.

D)



The Continental Congress delegated did not want that large a body.

E)



British army and navy presence was decisive in blocking involvement.


52)



Which one of the following was NOT a military engagement that took place before the Declaration of Independence was passed?

52)


______

A)



Breed's and Bunker Hill.

B)



Ft. Moultrie and Moore's Creek Bridge.

C)



Concord.

D)



Lexington and Concord.

E)



All of these engagements took place before 1776.


53)



In recognition of its significance to them, the French begin building forts here in 1753

53)


______

A)



Caribbean Sea.

B)



Minnesota and Michigan.

C)



Acadia.

D)



From Lake Erie to the Ohio.

E)



St. Louis to New Orleans.


54)



Which one of the following did NOT happen in 1774?

54)


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