Ap u. S. History Unit 1 Test (Chap 2&3)

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AP U.S. History Unit 1 Test (Chap 2&3)
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1. Which of the following best describes the impact European colonization had on the Western Hemisphere’s native population?
(A) The native population was highly respected in terms of territorial possessions and religious beliefs.
(B) The Europeans for the most part did not interact with the native population.
(C) Spain was the only European country to successfully create an alliance with the native population.
(D) Spain worked in conjunction with the Aztecs and Incas to harvest South America’s resources
(E) Native populations were often killed off or driven away by the Europeans.

2. The colony of Georgia was

(A) comparatively the most democratic English colony
(B) established by Spain in order to protect its colony of Florida
(C) established by England as a penal colony
(D) organized by English Catholics who had been persecuted by the Anglican Church
(E) eventually ceded to Spain in return for Florida

3. Which of the following imperial powers originally settled the Hudson River Valley?

(A) Holland
(B) France
(C) England
(D) Sweden

4. The Duke of Baltimore established the colony of Maryland

(A) after failing to colonize the Carolinas
(B) for Quakers who had been evicted from Pennsylvania
(C) in order to prevent France from seizing the territory
(D)as a haven for persecuted English Catholics
(E) as an opportunity to invest in that colony’s maritime industry

5. French Immigrants to the New World tended to inhabit

(A) the Middle Atlantic colonies
(B) territory east of the Appalachian Mountains
(E) southern colonies

6. Which English colony was established by proprietors that also had investments in the slave trade and therefore introduced slavery to their colony?

(A) Maryland
(B) The Carolinas
(C) New York
(D) Pennsylvania
(E) Virginia

7. With which colony is John Wintrhop associated?

(A) New Amsterdam
(B) Quebec
(C) Massachusetts Bay Colony
(D) Jamestown
(E) Pennsylvania

8. Which of the following sought to exploit the lucrative fur trade in North America?

(A) the French and Dutch
(B) the French
(C) the British
(D) the Portuguese
(E) the Spanish and French

9. As the founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams

(A) abolished religious practices throughout the colony
(B) established complete religious freedom for all of the colony’s settlers
(C) support freedom of religion for the Hugenots
(D) established religious freedom for Jews and Catholics
(E) established mandatory church attendance

10. In the seventeenth century, the colony of Maryland became a safe haven for

(A) those Europeans who were tired of living under a Monarchy
(B)Indians who had been chased from their ancestral lands
(C) runaway slaves
(D) Catholics
(E) runaway indentured servants

11. The Maryland Act of Toleration (1649) granted religious toleration to

(A) all Christians, but no Jews or atheists
(B) Catholics only
(C) all residents of Maryland except for Indians
(D) Protestants only
(E) Only those colonists who had settled in Maryland before the statute was ratified

12. Which of the following stunted the physical growth of the English colony of New York?

(A) Aristocrats controlled vast tracts of land
(B) New York relied almost exclusively on imports from Britain.
(C) Most settlers refused to recognize the Anglican Church
(D) Native Americans laid claim to all of New York
(E) Few colonists wanted to settle in the western part of the colony.

13. A major consequence of the Second Anglo-Powhatan Was

(A) the assimilation of Indian tribes in Virginia and the Carolinas
(B) the complete destruction of Indian tribes in Virginia
(C) the collapse of English colonies in Virginia
(D) the reputation of peaceful coexistence between the English and the Indians
(E) the territorial expansion of Indian tribes east of the Appalachian Mountains

14. the English law decreeing that only the eldest son was eligible to inherit family lands concerns

(A) primogeniture
(B) a confederation
(C) a joint stock company
(D) an entail
(E)a charter

15. All of the thirteen original colonies were founded in the seventeenth century EXCEPT:

(A) Connecticut
(B) Pennsylvania
(C) Rhode Island
(D) New York
(E) Georgia

Define AND DESCRIBE the importance of the person, event or idea:

16. Calvinism

17. Mayflower Compact

18. King Philip’s War

19. Pequot War

20. Glorious (Bloodless) Revolution

21. antinomianism

22. Separatist

23. Salutary neglect

24. Anne Hutchinson

25. Roger Williams

26. John Winthrop

27. Metacom

28. Act of Toleration

29. Protestant Reformation

30. joint-stock company

31. Spanish Armada

32. Iroquois Confederation

33. 1st and 2nd Anglo-Powhatan Wars

34. James I

35. Powhatan

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