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Puritan men promised to live by the rules of the church when they signed a(n)
a) cooperation b) covenant c) debtors d)
England put _____________, or people who owed money, in prison.
a) cooperation b) covenant c) debtors d)
The Dutch and English worked in __________ to help the Middle Colonies prosper.
a) cooperation b) covenant c) debtors d)
King Charles gave Carolina land to __________ who owned and controlled the colony.
a) cooperation b) indigo c) proprietors d)
Some colonists grew __________, a plant that produces a blue dye.
a) cooperation b) indigo c) proprietors d)
Anne Hutchinson left Massachusetts because she ____________________.
a) disagreed with the Puritans b) wanted to profit from the fur trade c) wanted to spread Puritan beliefs d)
What did William Penn give to Pennsylvania colonists?
a) money and furs b) free passage back to England c) religious freedom and self-government d)
Why did John Culpeper lead a revolt in Albemarle County?
a) proprietors didn't govern wisely b) Culpeper wanted to be governor c) Colonists were starving d)
Why was the colony of Maryland founded?
a) to provide a religious haven b) to protect Spanish colonies c) to help debtors sart over d)
Which was the last of the 13 English colonies to be settled?
a) Massachusetts b) Georgia c) Virginia d)
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