ASSIGNMENT 3 U.S. HISTORY (SECTIONS 3): Question Preview (ID: 8010)


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treaty
a) To win over someone or something b) A written agreement between two or more nations c) A person who signs a contract to work for others d)
debtor
a) To win over someone or something b) A contagious disease that leaves permanent scares on the skin c) A person who owes money to others d)
empire
a) The territories and people under the control of one ruler b) A written agreement between two or more nations c) A written agreement giving certain rights d)
The 13 English colonies were divided into 3 regions: the New England- Middle –Southern colonies
a) TRUE b) FALSE c) d)
Anne Hutchinson was a Puritan who fought the strict Puritan law. She was forced to leave the Colony and she lead a group who settled in ___.
a) Connecticut b) New York c) Rhode Island d)
New York was claimed in the 1600’s by people from the Netherlands called the Dutch
a) TRUE b) FALSE c) d)
When England took control of New Amsterdam they spilt the area into 2 . They called 1 part New York City – the other part was called Deleware
a) TRUE b) FALSE c) d)
A wealthy man called William Penn asked the King of England to give him land in America. The King allowed Penn to settle in a colony later called Pennsylvania
a) TRUE b) FALSE c) d)
Penn was a Quaker and wanted religious freedom.
a) TRUE b) FALSE c) d)
Pennsylvania was named after King George
a) TRUE b) FALSE c) d)
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