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Chapter 4 / Exercise 79
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Chapter 4—American Life in the Seventeenth Century, 1607-1692 SHORT ANSWER Identify and state the historical significance of the following: 1. William Berkeley ANS: Student answers will vary. 2. Nathaniel Bacon ANS: Student answers will vary. 3. William Bradford ANS: Student answers will vary. Define and state the historical significance of the following: 4. indentured servitude ANS: Student answers will vary. 5. slave codes ANS: Student answers will vary. 6. headright system ANS: Student answers will vary. 7. jeremiads ANS: Student answers will vary.
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8. middle passage ANS: Student answers will vary. 9. freedom dues ANS: Student answers will vary. 10. "witch hunting" ANS: Student answers will vary. 11. Yankee ingenuity ANS: Student answers will vary. 12. family stability ANS: Student answers will vary. 13. conversions ANS: Student answers will vary. Describe and state the historical significance of the following: 14. Bacon's Rebellion ANS: Student answers will vary. 15. Leisler's Rebellion ANS: Student answers will vary.
16. Half-Way Covenant ANS: Student answers will vary. 17. African American ANS: Student answers will vary. MULTIPLE CHOICE 18. As the seventeenth century wore on, regional differences continued to crystallize, most notably REF: p. 60
19. The population of the Chesapeake colonies, throughout the first half of the seventeenth century, was notable for its REF: p. 60
20. In 1650, males in the Chesapeake area competed for the affections of the extremely scarce women, whom they outnumbered nearly REF: p. 60
21. Which of these is NOT a true statement about life expectancy for the earliest Chesapeake settlers? a. It was ten years shorter for these Chesapeake colonists than it had been in England. b. Many of the early male settlers died soon after arriving in the Chesapeake. c. Half of those born in early Virginia and Maryland did not live past age twenty. d. The population grew rapidly due to new male immigrants. e. Half of the male settlers made it to age 50; half the female settlers to age 40. ANS: D REF: p. 60

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