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USI.5d.

Children born of enslaved African Americans could
a) be free when they married
b) be free on their 18th birthday
c) never be free
d) have freedom at birth

I work as an artisan in the local village. I am saving money so I can buy my sister's  freedom. I own some land, but I can not vote. Who am I?
a) an enslaved African American
b) a woman
c) an indentured servant
d) a free African- American

Which group in Colonial America could own land, work for pay but could NOT vote?
a) free African Americans
b) artisans
c) indentured servants
d) enslaved African Americans

Which group in Colonial America worked directly on the land, relied on family  members for labor, and could vote?
a) indentured servants
b) large landowners
c) farmers
d) free African Americans

Which kind of work did most women do in colonial America?
a) Sold furniture and clothes
b) Cared for people and houses
c) Taught in schools and colleges
d) Served in hospitals and nurseries

During early American colonial life, who would have most likely worked as craftsmen  in towns and on plantations?
a) Free African Americans
b) Large landowners
c) Artisans
d) Merchants

Which group had a rich social culture and lived in mansions found primarily in the  South?
a) Free African Americans
b) Large landowners
c) Farmers
d) Artisans

Which groups of workers had a contract and were free upon completion of the  contract?
a) Mexicans
b) enslaved African Americans
c) Chinese
d) Indentured servants

Which groups of immigrants were forced to come to the United States?
a) Mexican
b) Chinese
c) Irish
d) enslaved African Americans

Which group sold goods to the colonists?
a) Women
b) Merchants
c) Large Landowners
d) enslaved African Americans

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