hist 1301 chapter 4 quiz

hist 1301 chapter 4 quiz - ATTEMPT#1 1 StudentResponse A...

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ATTEMPT #1 1.   Which region was the predominant exporter of fish?    Student Response A. Lower South  B. Middle colonies  C.  Chesapeake region  D.  New England  Score: 4/4    2.   Martha Washington's last name prior to marrying George was:    Score: 4/4    3.
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  The eighteenth-century Governor's Palace of Virginia was located in:    Score: 4/4    4.   The Navigation Act of 1651 required that all:    Score: 4/4    5.   This strain of thought stressed the threats that a standing army and powerful state posed to personal liberty. 
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  Score: 4/4    6.   Which established church dominated the Middle Colonies?    Score: 4/4    7.   Governors exercised __________ power over colonial assemblies than the King did over Parliament.   
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  Score: 4/4    8.   During the eighteenth century, the gap between the rich and poor in the colonies:    Score: 4/4    9.   What was the name of the body formed in 1675 to oversee colonial affairs?   
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4/4    10.   Landholding in America was __________ than in England.    Score: 4/4    11.  
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