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English settlers in seventeenth-century America could best be characterized in terms of their ________.
The founding of Pennsylvania was tied to the ________.
William Penn acquired the Three Lower Counties to provide Pennsylvania with
Joint-stock companies allowed for _______.
The ________ Company was responsible for the settlement of Jamestown.
In which colony were religious reasons least important in its founding?
The selection of a site for Jamestown was based primarily on the settlers' ________.
Jamestown might have gone the way of Roanoke had it not been for the perseverance of ________.
Jamestown's prosperity was ensured by ________.
The man who taught Virginians how to grow tobacco was ________.
Georgia was founded as a refuge for ________.
Under the headright system in Virginia, ________.
James Oglethorpe was responsible for the founding of ________.
In which colony was the death rate for the early colonists most severe?
Initially, Lord Baltimore intended that Maryland be a haven for ________.
The document in which the Pilgrims established a civil government for their Plymouth colony has become known as the ________.
Seventeenth-century English Puritans ________.
King Charles I disbanded Parliament in 1629 because he could not deal with intense criticism from the ________.
The Puritans of Massachusetts Bay believed that the best way to reform the Church of England was to ________.
Because of its policy of religious toleration, ________ attracted unusual numbers of independent-minded people.
The English takeover of New Netherland (which was subsequently renamed New York) ________.
The colony of Pennsylvania was established as a religious sanctuary for ________.
Large numbers of the first English settlers in the Carolinas came from ________.
To its founding leaders, ____________ would be a "City on a Hill."
Which of these was true of the relationship between political events in England and English colonization in North America?
Which of these was ultimately most important in leading to divisions among settlers in Pennsylvania?
In the early days of the Virginia Colony, which is the best description of its settlers?
The first three years of Jamestown's history witnessed ________.
What eventually solved the economic problems of seventeenth-century Virginia?
Those who migrated to the Chesapeake Bay area as indentured servants were ________.
In 1622, the Native American tribes of Virginia ________.
Why did the original boundaries of Maryland present a problem to colonists?
Lord Baltimore's settlement in Maryland ________.
Which identifies why the Mayflower Compact is considered an important historical document?
The Pilgrims who left Holland to settle in America ________.
The founding of Georgia can be described as _______.
How did someone become a member of a church in the Massachusetts Bay Colony?
Which is the only category in which seventeenth-century colonists in Massachusetts were more successful than Virginia's colonists?
How did Roger Williams' religious ideas clash with those of the Puritans?
Anne Hutchinson's skillful self-defense at her trial before the magistrates of Massachusetts Bay was ruined by ________.
Which best describes how the colony of New York was settled?
Seventeenth-century Quakers were known for their ________.
Why was William Penn's Frame of Government remarkable for its time?
Which made the economy of Carolina different from the other southern colonies?
Why did the new colonists of Georgia demand slaves?
The lives of Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson provide strong evidence that ________.
How did the religious beliefs of the Quakers compare to those of the Puritans?