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View Attempt 1 of 3 Title: Chapter 4 - Quiz Started: June 28, 2008 9:52 AM Submitted: June 28, 2008 10:16 AM Time spent: 00:23:11 Total score: 50/50 = 100% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 50 1. For many Americans, the main appeal of the Enlightenment was its focus on Student Response A. pure scientific research. B. defending traditional Christian beliefs. C. reviving interest in classical education. D. searching for useful, practical knowledge. E. achieving a classless society. Score: 5/5 2. One of the most important factors binding Americans from different colonies into a single political culture was Student Response A. similar social systems between the northern and southern colonies. B. cooperative royal governors. C. fear of attack by Indians. D. a respect for the sovereignty of Parliament. E. the English common law. Score: 5/5 3. The first permanent European settlement in what would become the United States was Student Response A. Plymouth. B. Roanoke.
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C. Jamestown. D. St. Augustine. E. Boston. Score: 5/5 4. The Great Awakening Student Response A. was a highly unified and coordinated religious revival movement. B. spread quickly, but faded even faster. C. affected, for the most part, only Congregationalists. D. had less impact on ordinary Americans than the Enlightenment. E. took place in many regions of the colonies, over several decades of the eighteenth century. Score: 5/5 5. The West Indies played a vital role in the colonial economy by Student Response A. providing rum to the colonies. B. supplying New England merchants with naval stores. C. acting as the midpoint in the burgeoning African slave trade. D. facilitating colonial smuggling activity. E. providing colonial merchants with profits that offset their British debts. Score: 5/5 6. Each of the following colleges was established as a result of the Great Awakening EXCEPT Student Response A. Columbia. B. Dartmouth. C. Brown. D. Princeton.
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E. Rutgers. Score: 5/5 7. At the end of King George's War, colonists were stunned when ________ was given back to the French. Student Response A. Port Royal B. Fort Duquesne C. New Orleans D. Quebec E. Louisbourg Score: 5/5 8. As its industries became more efficient, the British economy picked up considerably after Student Response A. 1670. B. 1690. C. 1660. D. 1680. E. 1650. Score: 5/5 9. Which of the following was NOT a consequence of the Seven Years' War? Student Response A. It led to the creation of several new English colonies. B. It trained a corps of American officers. C. It revealed British discontent with America's contribution to its own defense. D. It made colonists more aware of their land. E. It forced the colonists to cooperate on an unprecedented scale.
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Score: 5/5 10. The leading figure at the Albany Congress, and designer of the Albany Plan, was
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