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Choose the letter of the best answer. 1.How did the population of the colonies change during the eighteenth century? A)The colonies' population was eight times higher in 1770 than it was in 1700.B)The population became increasingly homogenous.C)The colonial English population increased more than other ethnic groups by 1770.D)The African population experienced a rapid decline. 2.In the eighteenth century, the majority of immigrants coming to America were Scots-Irishor 3.About what percentage of colonists in 1770 traced their ancestry to England? 4.Why was the colonial economy in the eighteenth century unique? 5.Why did New England's population lag behind the growth in other colonies? A)Most immigrants chose other destinations.B)The towns were slow to divide land among prospective residents.C)The weather was too cold in New England.D)New England merchants did not encourage settlement. 6.In the seventeenth century, how did New England families subdivide land under the policy of partible inheritance? Page 1
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7.Why did New Englanders have only a quarter of the wealth the free colonists in the Southhad in 1770? 8.What was the dominant feature of the eighteenth-century New England economy? 9.Which group dominated the commercial economy of New England in the eighteenth century? A)ArtisansB)FarmersC)PrintersD)Merchants

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