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The character of the first English settlements in the New World ________.
Puritans viewed which of the following as essential to their New England commonwealth?
The explanation for the tremendous population growth of seventeenth-century New England can be found in the ________.
New England families differed from those of other English colonies in that they often included ________.
The society created by Puritans in New England ________.
The most important reason for the difference between the New England and Chesapeake colonies was based on ________.
Compared to New England, Chesapeake society ________.
By the late 1600s, the gap between rich and poor in white Chesapeake society ________.
Of the estimated 11 million African slaves carried to the Americas, the great majority were sent to ________.
In the early seventeenth century, Virginia's blacks ________.
During the colonial period, most of the slaves sent to the North American colonies were supplied by the ________.
The eighteenth-century population of the lowlands of South Carolina was ________ percent black.
Where did the creole language, Gullah, endure longest?
In which colony were African Americans most able to preserve their African identity?
The most serious slave rebellion of the colonial period was ________.
British authorities based their colonial commercial policies on the theory of ________.
The Navigation Acts established the principle that ________.
The intention of the Navigation Acts was to ________.
The Staple Act of 1663 stated that ________.
Beginning in 1696, the ________ settled disputes that occurred at sea.
One of the major causes of ________ was the disfranchisement of landless freemen by the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1670.
The armed conflict between Native Americans and New Englanders in 1675 was led by ________.
The peaceful ousting of James II by Parliament in 1688 was known as ________.
As a result of the Salem witchcraft trials, ________.
Why were New England colonists more likely to maintain English customs than those who migrated to Virginia and Maryland?
Why did the population of New England rise in the seventeenth century?
What role did women have in the New England colonies?
Why did Massachusetts and Connecticut feel the need to pass sumptuary laws?
Which of the following was true of seventeenth-century New England?
Which of these was true of Chesapeake families in the 1600s?
Which was NOT a factor that retarded population growth in seventeenth-century Virginia and Maryland?
How would late seventeenth-century Virginia best be described?
What seems to have hindered the development of towns in the Chesapeake region?
Why did colonial lawmakers create strict slave codes in the late 1600s?
Which of the following best characterizes the creole languages that developed among slaves in some parts of the southern colonies in the seventeenth century?
Which provides the strongest evidence that eighteenth-century slavery was based on race?
Which statement is a key assumption of mercantilism?
Why did the Virginia tobacco planters oppose the Navigation Acts?
What did the seventeenth-century revolts of American colonial gentry represent?
Which statement about Bacon's Rebellion is FALSE?
Which issue led directly to Bacon's Rebellion?
What was the New England version of the Glorious Revolution?
What do we know about the sources of the witchcraft hysteria in Salem?
Which of the following was NOT a cause of the Salem witchcraft hysteria?
During the Salem witchcraft hysteria, Increase Mather and other leading ministers ________.
Why is the Navigation Act in 1660 considered the most important piece of imperial legislation drafted before the American Revolution?
What was a difference between the rights in marriage of women in the Chesapeake region and those of women in New England in the 1600s?