US History AP Review Test 4
The Bonds of Empire, 1660 - 1750
1. According to George Whitefield,
[A] the Anglican clergy had abandoned Calvinist doctrine in favor of reason.
[B] slaves had souls.
[C] members of congregations were as good as, if not better than, their ministers.
[D] wives should question their husbands’ piety.
[E] all of these.
2. After 1660, the English
[A] outlawed royal ownership of overseas colonies.
[B] began a new wave of colony building.
[C] abandoned Canada to the French.
[D] turned inward to reform their own society rather than establish new societies across the seas.
[E] embarked on an era of free trade by repealing most parliamentary acts dealing with overseas commerce.
3. The only British colony on the North American mainland to have a black majority in the eighteenth century was
[A] South Carolina.
4. Which of the following is one of the reasons that the cultivation of rice changed South Carolina society dramatically?
[A] The price of rice had risen dramatically, making rice farmers fabulously wealthy.
[B] The discovery of a profitable crop meant that there would be more work for thousands of indentured servants.
[C] Rice cultivation required the use of slaves.
[D] Vast areas of the interior were opened up to rice cultivation.
[E] Because rice could be grown on small farms, with minimal capital investment, South Carolina became a society of
5. King George’s War and the French and Indian Wars resulted in all of the following except:
[A] planting seeds of misunderstanding, suspicion, and hostility between the British and Anglo-Americans.
[B] expulsion of Spain from North America.
[C] expulsion of France from North America.
[D] a fusing of bonds between the British and Anglo-Americans.
[E] All of these were results of the wars.
6. Which of the following European wars is correctly matched with its American name?
[A] War of the League of Augsburg: George Whitefield’s War
[B] War of the Spanish Succession: French and Indian Wars
[C] War of the Austrian Succession: King George’s War
[D] Seven Years’ War: Queen Anne’s War
[E] none of these
7. As a result of King George’s War,
[A] the English captured and then returned the French fort on the northern tip of Nova Scotia, guarding the entrance to
the St. Lawrence River.
[B] four thousand New Englanders were killed in a futile assault on the French bastion of Louisbourg.
[C] France was established as the dominant power in North America.
[D] the French were expelled from North America.
[E] Spain surrendered Florida to England, and France took control of Louisbourg.
8. The treatment of the Tuscarora and Yamasee Indians in North Carolina during the early eighteenth century demonstrated that
[A] Native American resistance would not significantly hinder white expansion in the Carolinas.
[B] English settlers should have been able to use Native Americans instead of black slaves for rice and tobacco
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