Answers: a. were tolerant of other Christian faiths and denominations. b. were intolerant of persons who disagreed with their version of Christianity. c. frequently established their cities upon hills to protect against Indian attack. d. were tolerant of Quakers and Catholics, but intolerant of Jews and atheists. Response Feedback: FEEDBACK: See Brief pages 53–58; Focus Question – What made the English settlement of New England distinctive? Question 8 0.5 out of 0.5 points The Mayflower Compact of 1620 asserted that Selected Answer: b. just and equal laws made by male representatives onboard were to rule. Answers: a. an agreement existed between Indians and settlers that they would peacefully coexist. b. just and equal laws made by male representatives onboard were to rule.
c. a clear statement had been made affirming the religious unity of those joining into the compact. d. the price for tobacco was set by agreement between the colonial wealthy elite and the king. Response Feedback: FEEDBACK: See Brief page 54; Focus Question – What made the English settlement of New England distinctive? Question 9 0.5 out of 0.5 points The expansion of tobacco cultivation in the early 1600s led to an increase in demand for which of the following labor groups? Selected Answer: a. indentured servants Answers: a. indentured servants b. Native Americans c. mestizos d. African slaves Response Feedback: FEEDBACK: See Brief page 50; Focus Question – How did Virginia and Maryland develop in their early years? Question 10 0.5 out of 0.5 points Which of the following crops did John Rolfe introduce to the English colonies? Selected Answer: b. tobac co Answers: a.
indigo b. tobac co c. cotto n d. silk Response Feedback: FEEDBACK: See Brief page 50; Focus Question – How did Virginia and Maryland develop in their early years? Question 11 5 out of 5 points Why didn’t Massasoit and his people attack the Pilgrims when they first arrived? What benefits did the Wampanoag see in having a relationship with English settlers? Selected Answer: At first the Massasoit thought about the possibility of forming an alliance with the Pilgrims. He thought it would be beneficial to him and his people. Massasoit and his people attack the Pilgrims didn’t attack because the pilgrims had brought their women and children and did not seem like a threat. The pilgrims were weak and sickly in addition. Wampanoag formed an agreement of trade, security, protection, respect, and only would trade with the pilgrims and not the French. Wampanoag wanted things like knives, axles, swords and steel tools like drills. Correct Answer: Your answer reference should reference specific developments in "After the Mayflower." Specifically, you need to discuss the Wampanoag's need for alliances and the presence of women and children.
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