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Study Guide for Exam #1 History IItems in bold would make good Short Answer ChoicesTerms:Aztec CivilizationJuan de Onate John LockeRestoration EraJohn CalvinJamestownMercantilismPequot WarWilliam BerkeleyBacon’s RebellionGlorious RevolutionEdmund AndrosRoger WilliamsSugar ActNew NetherlandSalem Witchcraft TrialsPilgrimsMartin LutherWilliam PennJohn Smith“Old Lights”Proclamation of 1763New FranceSalutary NeglectHeadright systemRichard HakluytGreat Awakening“City on a Hill”John WinthropCharles IMiddle PassageWest IndiesThomas HookerFrench and Indian WarJohn EdwardsNavigation ActsJames OglethorpeNorthwest PassageEnglish Civil WarElizabeth IPowhatanAnne HutchinsonBoston Tea PartyBlack LegendHenry VIIIGeorge WhitefieldSociety of Friends (Quakers)Dominion of New EnglandMayflower CompactJames IIStono RebellionPrince Henry (Portugal)Columbian ExchangeConcepts and Ideas:How did the arrival of Europeans in the New World affect Native American cultures?Impact of the Enlightenment in the North American coloniesTransition to race based slavery How did the colonies fit into the British system? Who were their important trading partners? What were the plusses and minuses for the colonies?Keep in mind the lifestyles and societies that developed in New England, the Middle Colonies, and the Chesapeake region. (families, economies, political organization, etc.)What was life like for slaves in the mainland English colonies? How did their experience differ in different regions?Be aware of the different ways the textbook defines freedom and liberty for different times, places, and people.Be sure and know a little about the formation of all the colonies, not just the ones we discuss in class.Reasons for European exploration/expansionConsequences of the Great Awakening