HIST TEST review 2

HIST TEST review 2 - HIST TEST #2 PREVIOUS EXAM: (10 of...

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Unformatted text preview: HIST TEST #2 PREVIOUS EXAM: (10 of these will be on exam) 1. The following were all true of the establishment and first decades of the colony of Pennsylvania except: A. The proprietary owners were the Penn family B. It was dominated by Quakers C. The population generally lived peaceably with American Indians D. The colonists believed in creating an elaborately hierarchical society that mirrored England 2. Which of the following English colonies was founded third? A. Maryland (1632) B. Mass. Bay (1630) C. Plymouth (1620) D. Jamestown (1620) 3. The following were true of France and its colonization efforts in the 16 th and 17 th centuries except : A. It had a large population and available resources B. It was dominated by nobility, church, and monarchy C. It created a successful trading empire D. It was peaceful and had little domestic turmoil 4. Disease wiped out roughly what portion of American Indians in New England before the Plymouth settlers arrived. A. Less than 25% B. 25-50% C. 50-75% D. 75-90% 5. The Virginia Company collapsed and was dissolved following: A. Assignations of the major shareholders in England by Spanish spies B. The capture of Virginia supply ships by the Spanish C. An American Indian uprising D. A wage strike by company employees 6. All of the following are true of early Maryland except: A. Its proprietors were the Calvert family B. It was a Puritan colony that refused to settle Catholics C. Tobacco was an important part of economy D. It was founded after Virginia 7. Saint Chapelle in Paris and the Sultan Hassan Mosque in Cairo and both examples of the cultural efflorescence promoted by the re- opening and the flourishing of the Silk Road. A. True B. False 8. The success of Virginia in the 17 th century depended primarily on the cultivation of what product? Tobacco 9. English explorers captured Native Americans to: A. Gather info on the new World B. Use them as mediators in negotiations with Native American tribes C. Attract financial support for colonial ventures D. A and C E. All of the above 10. Tituba attempted to cure the teenagers via: A. Voodoo rituals B. Applying leeches C. Fasting and prayer D. Baking a witch cake 11. Pocahontas and Squanto are both examples of: A. Successful American Indian resistance to English B. The cruelty with which English colonists treated their American Indian allies C. The importance to American Indian to the success of early English colonization efforts D. The early emergence of African slavery in British North America 12. When the English were planning their colonies, the colonial promoters/propagandists generally advocated exterminating the...
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2008 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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