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1 US History AP Review Test 3 The Rise of Colonial America 1. The country with the greatest number of people emigrating in the seventeenth century was [A] Germany. [B] France. [C] Ireland. [D] Spain. [E] England. 2. The typical English immigrant to the Americas was [A] sponsored by the English government as part of an official plan for colonial expansion. [B] a criminal sentenced to deportation. [C] young. [D] wealthy enough to afford the passage. [E] all of these 3. The Pilgrims migrated to New England mainly in search of [A] fertile land for farming. [B] employment. [C] political rights. [D] religious freedom. [E] private economic gain. 4. Which of the following was not a Quaker belief? [A] Individuals deserved recognition for their spiritual state rather than their wealth or family status. [B] The Holy Spirit could inspire every soul. [C] An individual’s personal opinions should not be mistaken for God’s will. [D] Women and men were equal in their ability to understand the Inner Light. [E] An individual’s Inner Light could best be revealed through the ceremony and music of a religious service. 5. Who was likely to have said the following, about whom? “Having gotten our land, they with scythes cut down the grass, and with axes fell the trees; their cows and horses eat the grass, and their hogs spoil our clam banks, and we shall all be starved.” [A] William Bradford, about the Narragansett Indians [B] a Barbados sugar planter, about pirates from the Bahamas [C] a Narragansett sachem, about the English settlers [D] William Penn, about his Swedish neighbors [E] Nathaniel Bacon, about the Virginia tobacco farmers 6. How did colonial New England farmers alter their ecosystem? [A] by introducing crop rotation and soil conservation techniques [B] by ending the time-honored Indian practice of fencing the land, thereby allowing pigs and deer to roam freely [C] by requiring that Native Americans live on reservations that would specialize in only one product [D] by introducing the one-crop plantation system [E] by clearing extensive stands of trees, introducing domestic livestock, and consolidating scattered parcels of land 7. Under William Penn, government in Pennsylvania was characterized during the early years by [A] a strong executive. [B] an assembly with limited power. [C] a desire to keep the rabble in check and prevent haphazard growth and social turmoil. [D] Quaker domination of politics. [E] all of these
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2 8. Economic conditions in England in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries were marked by [A] the bankruptcy of three-quarters of English merchants. [B] depressions and unemployment. [C] boom-bust cycles and inflation. [D] high prices for agricultural products. [E] increased demand for cloth because the Thirty Years’ War required Germany to import English cloth.
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