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Test Quiz - 1. A. B. C. D. 2. 3. A. B. C. D. 4. Which of...

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1. Which of the following best describes how the English viewed Native American ties to the land? A. Although they felt the natives had no claim since they did not cultivate or improve the land, the English usually bought their land, albeit through treaties they forced on Indians. B. They simply tried to wipe out Native Americans and then took their land. C. They encouraged settlers to move onto Native American land and take it. D. They totally respected those ties and let the natives stay in all rural areas, negotiating settlements to obtain the coastal lands. 2. To entice settlers to 1.-----, the owners/investors established the headright system, which provided land to settlers who paid their own passage. 3. Why didn’t the American Revolution put an end to slavery? A. The Lockean principle that the government could not deprive people of property applied to slaves, since they were viewed as property, and so slavery appeared as a “right” that could not be taken away. B. Since all blacks had been slaves in colonial America, the thought of free blacks was unthinkable. C. Women like Abigail Adams persuaded the founding fathers that women’s civil rights ought to come before blacks’ civil rights. D. Thomas Jefferson had absolutely no intention of including blacks when he wrote, “all men are created equal.” 4. It can be argued that conflict between the English and local Indians became inevitable when A. the English decided to establish a permanent colony, not just a trading post. B. Pocahontas married John Rolfe. C.
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