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It contributed to the rise of new Catholic denominations in the colonies. It provided the foundation for a new generation of colonists to resist British authority. It was an experience colonists could share with England to retain English tradition. It introduced the idea that individuals could achieve their own salvation. It paved the way for an American identity by emphasizing consumerism. It allowed revivalists to widen their audiences by spreading their message in churches. Match the Enlightenment thinker with the quotation that reflected his ideas. John Locke Benjamin Franklin Francis Bacon A.“Knowledge comes from observations that can be tested using the scientific method.” B.“My argument is that all men are born free and of equal importance.” C.“Man can build devices which will solve the mysteries of the heavens.” D.“Publishing a newspaper is a way to appeal to man’s intellectual powers.”
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Choose "yes" if Samuel, Ethan, or Irene’s quotation reflects John Locke’s social contract, and choose "no" if it does not. = Correct Answer = Answer yes no Samuel Irene Ethan Choose the map that correctly highlights (in pink) the areas of North America under British control after the French and Indian War. According to this excerpt, the writer reveals some tension between militia soldiers and __________. British disciplinary measures their fellow soldiers an emerging American identity members of other units Native Americans the French army Olaudah Equiano’s autobiography reveals the pervasiveness of the slave trade in the 1700s. Choose two statements that reflect common features of the slave trade on both sides of the Atlantic at this time. There were no blankets, and people huddled together for warmth. Threat of capture by slave traders was an assumed reality of living in West Africa during this time. The prisoners were not allowed to talk to one another or make any noise. Both Europeans and other Africans were involved in the capture, sale, and transport of slaves. Most slaves transported from Africa to the Americas were eventually able to secure their freedom. Over a span of about 300 years, historians estimate that nearly twenty million Africans were captured and enslaved. Classify the statements as reflective of slavery in the "northern colonies" or "southern colonies." = Correct Answer = Answer
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northern colonies southern colonies Faced with a labor surplus, many employers came to prefer wage labor over slave labor. The overwhelming majority of African slaves were located in these colonies. Racial slavery provided the foundation for an elite class that dominated the political system. Select two statements that reflect the gang system of slave labor from a slave’s perspective. “I often work at a slower pace to protect those who may not work as quickly as I.” “This afternoon, some of us met to pick tomatoes and prepare our evening meal.” “The overseer watched us every moment of the day, ensuring that we were doing our jobs.”
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