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1301 Exam 1 – Review – OPEN(Revised Fall 2012)1.T/F: True Material wealth mattered much less to Native Americans than to Europeans, but inherited social status was paramount.2.William Penn professed a belief in the Quaker religion.3.The Native American civilization that lived in the Mississippi Valley over 3,500 years ago was known as the Mound Builders.4.In Colonial America life in the New England area was said to be more Family oriented.5.The Virginia colony sided with King Charles I during the English Civil War.6.Henry Hudson’s quest was to find A Northwest passage to Asia...7.T/F: True Intermarriage between English colonists and Naïve Americans was eventually outlawedby the Virginia legislature in 1691. 8.South Carolina Plantation Owners was the wealthiest group of mainland colonists.9.T/F: True In order to acquire lands the English resorted to displacing Native Americans without compensation.10.The Mayflower Compact is the name given to the first written frame of government in what is now the U.S.11.Of the early colony Rhode Island was unique in that it had no official church.12.Massachusetts and New York were the scene of colonial uprisings as a result of the Glorious Revolution in England.13. T/F: False At the time of the Spanish arrival both the Aztec and Inca empires were declining both in wealth and population.14.A vast system of Intertribal trading existed long before Columbus’ arrival in the New World. 15.Native American religious ceremonies were related to the belief that Sacred spirits could be found in living and inanimate things.16.In Great Britain in the 17thcentury freedom of speech was limited to members of commons during parliamentary sessions.17.The English decision to establish Permanent Settlements made conflict with Native Americans inevitable.18.Of the three major European powers competing in the New World France established limited butenduring alliances with Native Americans.19. The Puritans believed that the Anglican church retained too many residual elements of Catholicism.20.Adam Smith believed the discovery of America and the discovery of a sea route around Africa to Asia were the “two greatest and most important” events in the history of mankind. 21.The autocratic rule of John Smith alienated many of the Jamestown settlers.22.Tobacco was known as “Virginia Gold.”

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