Chapter 3 Review Quiz

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In the mid-eighteenth century, colonial America’s leading commercial port and cultural center was


In the prevailing theory of mercantilism, the government should

regulate economic activity to promote the nation’s power.

Which of the following was not a major cause of Bacon’s Rebellion?

a determination to abolish slavery in Virginia

Which of the following was not a significant feature of the Salem witchcraft hysteria of the early 1690s?

Many were tried on charges of witchcraft, but no one was actually convicted.

Which is not true regarding King Philip and King Philip’s War?

Indian tribes fought together under the unified leadership of Metacom.

Which was not part of the aftermath of King Philip’s War?

The Iroquois, having attacked the colonists, were destroyed.

The Charter of Liberties and Privileges

allowed for a trial by jury and the security of property.

Prior to being taken over by the English in 1664, New York was

called New Netherland, and controlled by the Dutch.

Carolina grew slowly until planters discovered what staple crop?


This colony was founded by a leader who hoped women and blacks would be given equality along with all persons.


Pennsylvania’s Charter of Liberty

required persons to affirm Jesus Christ’s divinity.

When Nathaniel Bacon led a rebellion against the Governor of Virginia, he called for all except

the freeing of slaves, particularly enslaved Christians.

Which was not part of the Glorious Revolution?

It secured Catholic succession to the throne of England.

Which was not part of the Dominion of New England (1686-1688)?


In 1691, Massachusetts was transformed when a new charter, issued by the English government, absorbed Plymouth into Massachusetts, and

made property ownership, not church membership, a requirement for voting in General Court elections.

In the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692,

women were most commonly accused of witchcraft.

Which of the following was an effect of Bacon’s Rebellion?

the increased use of African slaves

The three-race system developed in

the British Caribbean.

The largest group of immigrants from continental Europe were the


This chief crop produced by Western Hemisphere slaves during the eighteenth century was also the first to be mass-marketed to consumers in Europe.


Lord Baltimore’s sudden voting restriction based on land accumulation resulted in

a Protestant uprising calling for his removal of office.

Eighteenth-century migrants included Scottish and Scotch-Irish, who were mostly


Another name for indentured families was


In the mid-eighteenth century colonies, this area of settlement was the most rapidly growing region in North America.

the backcountry

The richest group of mainland colonists were

South Carolina planters.

Slaves showed little inclination to challenge their enslavement in seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century Virginia.


During the first half of the eighteenth century, the flow of non-English migrants to British North America was larger than that of English migrants.


During the early to mid-eighteenth century, consumption of manufactured goods penetrated the colonies.


As colonial society became more structured, opportunities for women in the eighteenth century increased.


Under the seventeenth-century British Navigation Acts, certain goods produced in the colonies had to be taken in English ships and sold in ports in England.


In the late seventeenth century, the Iroquois were known for their fierce hatred and courageous fighting against British colonists.


New York was named after King Charles II’s brother, James, the Duke of York.


By 1700, almost 2 million acres of land were owned by five New York families.


"Racism" – the idea that some races are inherently superior to others and entitled to rule over them – was fully developed in seventeenth-century colonial Virginia.


The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina (1669) ended hereditary nobility, and abolished landgraves and caciques.


In human history, slaves have all been blacks.


After 1667, the Virginia House of Burgesses held that Christians could not enslave other Christians.


Bacon’s Rebellion of 1676 was a rebellion over a tax increase on bacon.


In 1678, when the Lords of Trade in England queried the Massachusetts government about how well it was following the Navigation Acts, the Lords received the reply from the colony that the Navigation Acts did not apply to the colony unless the colony’s own government (not the British Parliament, but rather the Massachusetts General Court) approved them.


Fourteen women and five men were hanged as witches in the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692.


Tituba, who was one of the people accused of being a witch in Salem, was originally an Indian from the Caribbean who, in 1692, was a slave in Massachusetts.


In the Walking Purchase of 1737, the Lenni Lanape Indians of Pennsylvania lost more land than they had anticipated when Governor James Logan hired a team of runners to mark off the amount of land "a man could walk" in thirty-six hours.


Virginia’s upper class in the 1700s was sometimes called a "cousinocracy."


Vastly more people living in the colonies had far greater opportunities – to vote, own land, worship freely – than existed in Europe.


In 1705, the House of Burgesses enacted strict slave codes.


Great Britain eclipsed the Dutch as the leading producer and trader of inexpensive consumer goods in the eighteenth century.


In the English colonies as a whole, half of the wealth by the mid-eighteenth century was concentrated in the hands of the richest 10 percent of the population.


Eighteenth-century British America was much less diverse than the English population.


Most colonies barred Catholics and Jews from voting and holding public office.


Despite the influx of British goods, American craftsmen benefited from the expanding consumer market.


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