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Exam # 1 Identification and Significance: Pick five of the following terms to identify (who, what, when, where, and why) and tell me their significance to American history. To receive full credit, answers should be three to six sentences long (or one paragraph) and at the end of every identification you should place a parenthetical citation providing the text and page number your information is taken from (either Divine or Visions). The identifications are worth fifty points (ten points each), or half of the exam grade. DO NOT USE THE INTERNET. USE ONLY YOUR TEXTBOOKS AND NOTES FROM CLASS. Henry the Navigator Columbian Exchange Martin Luther House of Burgesses indentured servants mercantilism Quakers Half-Way Covenant King Philip’s War Boston Massacre Daniel Shays Virginia Plan Whiskey Rebellion Louisiana Purchase Battle of New Orleans Essay: Choose one of the following essays to answer. You must answer it completely, using examples from your reading and the lectures. To receive full credit, your essay must be at least three pages in length (meaning it must spill onto the fourth page for full credit), typed in Times New Roman 12 pt font, double-spaced, with one-inch margins, and should include parenthetical citations showing where the information was found. The essay is worth fifty points, or half of the exam grade. DO NOT USE THE INTERNET. USE ONLY YOUR TEXTBOOKS AND NOTES FROM CLASS. Compare and contrast the colonial development of Virginia and Massachusetts. In your introduction, briefly explain the reason for each colony’s founding. Continue your essay with a discussion that addresses all of the following topics: (1) Indian relations; (2) indentured servitude; (3) the rise of colonial commerce; (4) colonial populations; (5) colonial economies; and (6) patterns of society. Your conclusion must analyze the success or failure of each colony with respect to its original goals. Bitter political strife between the Federalists and Republicans characterized American government throughout its first twelve years under the Constitution of 1787. (1) Discuss one source of that strife by examining the crucial difference between the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution of 1787. (2) Compare and contrast the ideologies and domestic policies of Alexander Hamilton and the Federalists with those of Thomas Jefferson and the Republicans.
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