Ch-1._4-6_Rev._for_Test

Ch-1._4-6_Rev._for_Test - Advanced Placement United States...

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Advanced Placement United States History Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Colonial America Review for Unit 2 Test-Chapters 4-6 Directions: There will be 80 multiple choice questions on the test. These review questions follow a chronological order. I would suggest that you study them in this order first and then scramble them up. 1. As the seventeenth century wore on, regional differences continued to form, most notably in the south, where slave labor was very important. 2. The population of the Chesapeake colonies throughout the first half of the seventeenth century was notable for its scarcity of women . 3. During the seventeenth century , indentured servitude solved the labor problem in many English colonies for all of the following reasons: a. The Indian population proved to be an unreliable work force because they died in such large numbers b. African slaves cost too much money c. In some areas families formed too slowly d. Families procreated (had babies) too slowly 4. The “ headright” system , which made some people very wealthy, consisted of giving the right to acquire fifty acres of land to the person paying the passage of a laborer to America. 5. By 1700, the most populous colony in English America was Virginia . 6. Seventeenth-century colonial tobacco growers usually responded to depressed prices for their crop by growing more tobacco to increase their volume of production. 7. Merchant planters reaped the greatest benefit from the land policies of the “headright” system. 8. For their labor in the colonies indentured servants received all of the following: a. Passage to America b. A suit of clothes c. A few barrels of corn d. At times a small parcel of land 9. English yeomen who agreed to exchange their labor temporarily in return for payment of their passage to an American colony were called indentured servants . 10. Throughout the greater part of the seventeenth century, the Chesapeake colonies acquired most of the labor they needed from white servants. 11. Most immigrants to the Chesapeake colonies in the seventeenth century came as indentured servants . 12. By the end of the seventeenth century, indentured servants who gained their freedom had little choice but to hire themselves out for low wages to their former masters . 13. Bacon’s Rebellion was supported mainly by young men frustrated by their inability to acquire land. 14. The immediate reason for Bacon’s Rebellion was Indian attacks on frontier settlement s. 15. As a result of Bacon’s Rebellion, planters began to look for less troublesome laborers .
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16. The majority of African slaves coming to the New World were delivered to South America and the West Indies. 17. After 1680, reliance on slave labor in colonial America rapidly increased because of the following: a. Higher wages in England reduced the number of emigrating servants b. Planters feared the growing number of landless freemen in the colonies c. The British Royal African company lost its monopoly on the slave trade in
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