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producing just enough crops to meet your family's needs, with little left over
a) subsistence farming b) cash crops c) rotation farming d) irrigation farming
Which group of colonies practiced subsistence farming?
a) Southern Colonies b) Middle Colonies c) New England Colonies d) Cuba
What name is given to the leg of triangular trade where slaves are brought to the West Indies from Africa?
a) Backcountry b) Middle Passage c) Albany Plan of Union d) Treaty of Paris
These colonies had the greatest ethnic diversity.
a) New England b) Southern Colonies c) Middle Colonies d)
These were strict rules that controlled the behavior and punishment of slaves.
a) subsistence b) cash crop c) Navigation Acts d) slave codes
This religious group became leaders in the opposition to slavery.
a) Quakers b) Baptists c) Presbyterians d) Lutherans
Who signed the English Bill of Rights into law in 1689?
a) King Henry VIII b) William and Mary c) Queen Elizabeth II d) James II
This set of laws controlled trade by and to the colonies
a) the slave codes b) the Proclamation of 1763 c) the Treaty of Paris d) the Navigation Acts
Why were the Navigation Acts written?
a) to punish colonial merchants b) to keep Mexico from getting cotton c) to earn Britain more money from colonial trade d) to prevent British subjects from having access to tobacco
What was the Great Awakening?
a) a religious movement b) a new, more effect way to move mail c) a world wide move toward representative democracy d) exile of all immigrants
What caused the trouble between French and British settlers in North America?
a) They were all xenophobic b) They were competing for Native American wives c) They were both wanting the same land and resources d) Their kings ordered them to fight.
What was the Iroquois Confederacy?
a) A band of anti-Native American settlers in the Northeast b) Farmers using traditional farming techniques c) Politicians trying to remove the Native Americans from Georgia d) A group of allied Native American tribes in the East.
Which colonial lieutenant was sent to build a fort near present day Pittsburgh?
a) George Washington b) Ben Franklin c) Abraham Lincoln d) Thomas Paine
What was the Albany Plan of Union?
a) New York's first written constitution b) George Washington's army commission c) a first draft for our Bill of Rights d) an attempt, by Ben Franklin, to establish a united colonial government
Why did the individual colonies refuse to adopt the Albany Plan of Union?
a) It was written in French. b) No one liked Ben Franklin. c) New York had been fighting with the French. d) No colony wanted to give up its autonomy.
Which British commander was killed in an ambush?
a) George Washington b) James Wolfe c) Edward Braddock d) Jeffrey Amherst
Which British official and military planner promised that Britain would cover war expenses?
a) George Washington b) Edward Braddock c) William Pitt d) Queen Mary
Which document ended the French and Indian War?
a) Treaty of Paris b) Treaty of Ghent c) Treaty of Versailles d) Treaty of Tordesillas
Which British law prohibited colonial settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains?
a) Treaty of Paris b) Proclamation of 1763 c) Navigation Acts d) the Sugar Act
Why did the Proclamation of 1763 anger settlers?
a) many already owned land west of the mountains b) William Pitt promised free land to soldiers c) soil in the East was already exhausted d) they needed new sources of drinking water
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