Middle Colonies: Question Preview (ID: 21825)


Below is a preview of the questions contained within the game titled MIDDLE COLONIES: Middle Colonies .To play games using this data set, follow the directions below. Good luck and have fun. Enjoy! [print these questions]


Play games to reveal the correct answers. Click here to play a game and get the answers.

New York was originally founded by the
a) Dutch b) English c) French d) Spanish
Peter Stuyvesant was unpopular in New Amsterdam because
a) He ruled harshly b) He taxed heavilty c) He did not tolerate different religions d) He hated diversity
Pennsylvania was founded by
a) Duke of York b) Peter Stuyvesant c) William Penn d) John Winthrop
The City of Brotherly Love is
a) New York b) New Amsterdam c) Boston d) Philadelphia
Delaware was originally a part of
a) New York b) New Jersey c) Pennsylvania d) Connecticut
The Quakers were were different than the Puritans because they
a) they were persecuted in England b) left the Church of England c) came to America in search of religious toleration d) they believed in equality among all peoples
The middle colonies consisted of
a) New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Connecticut b) Massachussetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire c) New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia d) Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey
In the middle colonies, government was usually carried out at the
a) town level b) county level c) d)
The georgraphy of the middle colonies is characterized by
a) milder winters and longer growing seasons b) cold winters and short summers c) warm temperature year round d)
The middle colonies became known as the breadbasket colonies because
a) they traded cattle and pigs b) they farmed pumpkins and squash c) they grew wheat, barley, and rye d)
Play Games with the Questions above at ReviewGameZone.com
To play games using the questions from the data set above, visit ReviewGameZone.com and enter game ID number: 21825 in the upper right hand corner at ReviewGameZone.com or simply click on the link above this text.

TEACHERS / EDUCATORS
Log In
| Sign Up / Register