SP11_1483_Exam_One_wo_Key - SP11 1483 Exam One Use the BLUE...

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SP11 1483 Exam One Use the BLUE side of the scantron sheet. Write the questions that you make up on your sheets of paper. 1. The first governor of Plymouth Plantation was A. John Smith B. William Bradford C. John Rolfe D. William Berkeley E. Nathaniel Bacon 2. Of the following settlements, the one that was not established by dissenters leaving the Massachusetts Bay colony was A. Hartford B. New Haven C. Exeter D. Providence E. Salem 3. In 1688, Massachusetts colonists escaped from under the control of an unpopular and autocratic governor because A. the king removed him from office B. he died in office C. the king died, and the new king appointed a new governor D. The English wanted to improve relations with the Indians E. the English deposed the king, and Massachusetts deposed the governor 4. The group that did not begin to immigrate to the Americas in large numbers during the late 1600s and early 1700s was the A. French Huguenots B. English Quakers C. German Protestants D. Italian Catholics E. Scottish Presbyterians 5. Immigrants from Europe came to the American colonies because of A. all of the answers below B. loss of land C. rising costs of living D. religious persecutions E. devastating wars 6. The basic unit of social life in colonial New England was the A. church B. farm C. city
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Oklahoma City Community College Professor M.L. Barr D. plantation E. town 7. The Puritan theologian Cotton Mather (after advice from his slave) came to believe that smallpox could be defeated by A. inoculation B. electric energy C. intense prayer D. bleeding E. isolating the races 8. The New England settlers believed that the Indians A. all of the answers below B. were a threat to the existence of a godly community C. hindered migration into the Connecticut Valley D. should be converted and civilized E. should serve as partners in trading ventures 9. The Quakers rejected all of the following religious and philosophic concepts except A. predestination B. church government C. original sin D. a wealthy clergy E. sexual equality 10. In its early years, Pennsylvania was characterized by having A. all of the answers below B. only English settlers C. representative government D. good relations with the Indians E. a liberal frame of government 11. By the late 1690s, conflict had arisen in Pennsylvania A. over the nearly absolute power of the proprietor B. between the Quakers and the Indians C. between the two houses of the representative assembly D. over the wealth extracted from the colony by William Penn E. over differences between Anglicans and Puritans 12. The three groups who fought in the Seven Years' War were A. France, Spain, and Britain B. Britain, Spain, and the Iroquois C. Spain, the Huron, France D. France, Spain, and the Iroquois E. Britain, France, and the Iroquois 13. Appointments to the position of royal governor, customs collector, or naval officer were usually A. awarded on the basis of merit B. based on military rank 2
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