History1301_Ch4 - CHAPTER4 1 theBible 2 NewEngland 3...

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CHAPTER 4  1. Colonists who could read were most likely to read:  the Bible. 2. Which colonial region dominated transatlantic shipping?  New England 3. Maine was originally part of which colony?  Massachusetts 4. Martha Washington's last name prior to marrying George was:  Custis. 5. Which British Secretary of State directed the country's war effort from 1757  to 1761?  Pitt 6. This strain of thought stressed the threats that a standing army and  powerful state posed to personal liberty.  "Real Whig" ideology 7. After he was too slow to relinquish command to the newly arrived governor  of New York in 1691, this man was arrested for treason and executed.  Jacob Leisler 8. George Washington's family plantation was located in:  Mount Vernon. 9. Which country established fur trading posts in Alaska by the 1760s?  Russia 10. Which British general led an attack against Fort Duquesne? 
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Braddock 11. Governors exercised __________ power over colonial assemblies than the  King did over Parliament.  More 12. Which established church dominated the Middle Colonies?  none of the above   13. King George's War was known as __________ in Europe.  The War of Austrian Succession 14. All of the following established the Puritan religion as the official religion  EXCEPT:  Rhode Island. 15.
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