By the end of the seventeenth century virginia could

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By the end of the seventeenth century, Virginia could best be described as:Answers:a. a plantation society dominated by a slaveholding aristocracy.b. a diversified society and economy with minimal social stratification.c. a society of small farmers committed to multicrop agriculture.d. a successful commercial enterprise that returned large profits to the Crown.
Question 84 out of 4 pointsEngland's first permanent settlement in the New World was:
Question 94 out of 4 pointsSpain based its claims to all of the New World (except Brazil) on the discoveries of:
Question 104 out of 4 pointsThe doctrine of predestination was most closely associated with:
Question 114 out of 4 pointsHarvard College was originally established to educate:Answers:a. civil servants.b. preachers.c. teachers.d. lawyers.
Question 124 out of 4 pointsGreat Awakening ministers introduced a new form of preaching called:
Question 134 out of 4 pointsThe first English-sponsored voyages of discovery to the New World were led by:

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