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*Some questions not yet gradedM04: Exam 2 over Chapters 4-7DueMar 3 at 11:59pmPoints120Questions104AvailableFeb 25 at 12am - Mar 3 at 11:59pm7 daysTime Limit150 MinutesInstruc±onsA±empt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 164 minutes91 out of 120 *Correct answers are hidden.Score for this quiz:91out of 120 *Submitted Mar 3 at 10:21pmThis attempt took 64 minutes.This Test covers Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 7. It is worth 120 points and contains: 80 Multiple Choice, 15True/False and 10 Identification questions worth 1 point each; and three Essay questions worth 5 pointseach. (Note: each essay should contain a minimum of 150 words).This open-book test must be taken the first time it is launched.Students will have 2 hours and 30 minutes to complete the exam.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 1The advent of "modern" life occurred first in the seaboard centers of colonialAmerica, including the transition from acontentious to a deferential politics.factory to a skilled craftsman?s production of goods.social order based on achievement to one based on status.
barter to a commercial economy.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 2New Englanders opted for more of a mixed economy than settlers in the
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 3Many African American slaves in South Carolina spoke
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In contrast to conditions in the English colonies, life in New Spain was
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 5The Chesapeake colonies of the early eighteenth century witnessedincreasing profitability of, and thus reliance upon, tobacco cultivation.the emergence of a planter gentry as political and social leaders.steady replacement of slave laborers by indentured servants.virtual universal ownership of land and slaves.
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 6Even in the North which group was a regular part of commerce linking NorthAmerican, Africa, and Europe?
university-trained Puritansslaves and indentured servants1 / 1 pts

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Term
Fall
Professor
Milan
Tags
George Washington, American Revolution, Thirteen Colonies, Second Continental Congress

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