magistrates or ministers.c.Most of the women accused of witchcraft were unmarried and supported themselves economically.d.Most of those who accused others of witchcraft worked in occupations relatedto milling flour or baking.
The next two questions refer to the excerpt below.“...The Brafferton Indian School in at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia... was established so ‘that the Christian faith may be propagated amongst the western Indians, to the glory of almighty God...’ The hope on the part of the founders was that the students would return to their nations and act as agents of ‘civilization’ and Christianization amongst their people.The English had trouble filling the school. As one Iroquois chief politely noted, ‘We must let you know, we love our children too well, to send them so great a way, . . . We allow it to be good, and we thank you for the invitation; but our customs differing from yours, you will be so good as to excuse us.’ Nevertheless, Mattaponis, Pamunkeys, Chickahominys, Nansemonds, and others did attend. Evidence indicates that some tribes sent children for a specific purpose. While the English hoped to create agents for conversion and change amongst the American Indians, the Indians hoped to develop go-betweens or mediators between their people and their white neighbors.”--“the Colonial Virginia Frontier and International Native American Diplomacy”William White, published 201134.The excerpt demonstrates which of the following continuities in American History between the 15th and early 20th centuries?
35.Evidence in the excerpt supports the argument that