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Question 4The witchcraft hysteria in the 1690s was probably caused bysocial strains in the Massachusetts colony.FEEDBACK: See page 85; Topic English Colonies, Massachusetts, Social, Religion, Witchcraft/1690s; Core Objective 3 Compare the societies and economies of the southern, middle, and New England colonies.Question 5
FEEDBACK: See page 82; Topic English Colonization, Social, Women,Legal Status/1600s–1700s; Core Objective 2 Describe women’s various roles in the English colonies.Question 6Once indentured servants arrived in the coloniesthey could own property.Question 7Which statement regarding colonial era slavery is most accurate?
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Question 9The ideal example of a colonial Enlightenment thinker isBenjamin FranklinQuestion 10The Great Awakeningtapped into a widespread sense of religious decline.Quiz 4
Question 1 A major goal of the Navigation Acts was tokeep the shipping trade with the colonies under English control.FEEDBACK: See pages 112-113; Topic British Empire, Imperial Economy, Commerce/1650s–1700; Core Objective 1 Compare how the British and French empires administered their colonies before 1763.Question 2John Locke’s theoriesviewed government as a guardian of people’s natural rights.justified overthrowing a government under certain conditions.appealed to colonial Americans.FEEDBACK: See page 114; Topic British Government, English Political Theory, Locke/1690-1770s; Core Objective 1 Compare how the British and French empires administered their colonies before 1763.Question 3The Declaration of Independencerestated John Locke’s contract theory of government and argued forindependence based on the idea that government receives its power only with the consent of the governed.FEEDBACK: See page 138; Topic American Revolution, Independence, Political Theory, Key Document, Declaration of Independence/1770s; Core Objective 4 Explain the underlying factors amid the events in the 1770s that led the colonies to declare their independence from Britain.Question 4The Royal Proclamation of 1763barred settlement by colonists west of the Appalachians.FEEDBACK: See page 121; Topic British Empire, Colonial Administration, Indians, Colonial Unrest /1760s; Core Objective 3 Describe how, after the French and Indian War in the 1760s, the British tried to strengthen their control over the colonies and then summarize the colonial responses.Question 5The first shots of the Revolutionary War occurred atLexington and Concord.FEEDBACK: See page 132; Topic American Revolution, Colonial Resistance, Revolutionary War, Battles/1770s; Core Objective 4 Explain the underlying factors amid the events in the 1770s that led the colonies to declare their independence from Britain.

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