History 123 Study Guide-Test 1

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HIST 123 GUIDELINES FOR TEST #1 General Information: This test is worth a total of 150 points. There are 60 questions on the test. There will be a study session on Monday, October 4 from 2:10-3:00 in Bentley  Hall 023. Multiple Choice: 25 questions total, 3 points a piece, covers the textbook and notes Directions: Circle the appropriate letter that provides the best answer to each question.   How was the colony of New York founded? a. Dutch settlers sold it to English settlers b. The Duke of York invaded and conquered the land c. The Dutch governor of the colony surrendered it without a fight d. It was settled by the East India Company e. The king of England paid German mercenaries to conquer it for him  Matching: 15 questions total, 1 point a piece, primarily covers the notes, possible terms listed on  back Directions: Match each of the following terms with the appropriate definition.  Place the 
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  • Fall '10
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  • History, John Locke John, Nóbrega Maximilien Robespierre Mercantilism  Nicolaus Copernicus Peace of Westphalia Philip II Reconquest Salon, John Calvin John, Maximilien Robespierre Mercantilism, correct key term.

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