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Exam #1 - History 100B*90 Professor Jarvis NAME: _______________ PART 1: Matching (15 points) Write the letter for the term that corresponds with the correct definition below 1____ urban workers responded to this pervasive 1765 Parliamentary tax with violence and vandalism; politicians responded with resolves about colonial rights 11____ the people who primarily settled in New England 2____ this term pertains to the kinship and alliances that developed between American Indians and the French in the Great Lakes 13____ this 1770 event was used as propaganda by American colonists critical of British policies 3____ the debt accrued from this conflict in the middle of the 18th century helped lead to the American Revolution 14____ an intellectual movement in the Atlantic world build around the notion of reason and scientific inquiry 4____ propaganda spread by the English and other European nations to tarnish the Spanish reputation in the Americas 15____ this event in England impacted the colonies; one way was through the creation of the English Bill of Rights 5____ legislation from Parliament designed to punish the people of Boston for their continued resistance to taxation 6____ a 1763 conflict in which America Indians fought to keep the British from claiming territory in the Great Lakes 7____ these events demonstrated the social and economic tensions that could arise in communities at the end of the 17th century 8____ a key document in moving American colonists toward embracing independence 9____ British legislation designed to pay off a war debt by taxing the things that American colonists imported 10____ people who signed contracts agreeing to work for someone else for a defined period of time 12____ English laws dating back to the 17th century designed to control colonial trade a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r. s. t. u. v. Black Legend Pueblo Revolt indentured servants Puritans King Philip’s War Navigation Acts Covenant Chain Bacon’s Rebellion Glorious Revolution Salem witch trials Enlightenment Great Awakening Middle Ground Seven Years War Pontiac’s War Proclamation of 1763 Stamp Act Sugar Act Townshend Acts Boston Massacre Intolerable Acts Common Sense 1 PART 2: Multiple Choice (25 points) Circle the best answer for each of the following questions or statements. 16. Before contact with Europeans, people throughout the American continents lived in each of the following EXCEPT for what? a. Expansive walled cities b. Small farming villages c. Towns centered around large earthen mounds d. Large tobacco plantations 17. What was Popé’s Rebellion (also referred to as the Pueblo Rebellion) in 1680? a. an uprising against French colonization in the Americas b. a revolt against Spanish colonial practices in New Mexico c. an attack upon English settlers at Jamestown d. a war in New England over land ownership 18. The most significant part of the "Great Biological Exchange" (the Columbian Exchange) was the transfer of a. horses to America. b. crops like tobacco and potatoes to Europe. c. infectious diseases to America. d. smallpox to Europe and Africa. 19. European colonization after the 15th century was motivated primarily by a. a desire to find wealth. b. the need to escape religious persecution. c. goals of spreading Christianity around the globe. d. calls from monarchs to conquer Native peoples. 20. The 1618 “headright” policy in Virginia was a. a series of laws that intended to establish slavery as the dominant labor system in the colony. b. a collection of court rulings declaring that husbands have power over wives. c. a statement of religious tolerance. d. a land distribution system designed to stimulate migration to the colony. 21. Bacon’s Rebellion in Virginia was NOT a. an event that signaled the transition from indentured servitude to slavery. b. a dispute that began over the governor’s Indian policy c. fueled by greed for land and power. d. a slave uprising against unfair treatment and laws. 22. Who comprised most of the early settlers to Virginia during the 17th century? a. families looking to escape religious persecution b. forced laborers from Africa c. tobacco planters and merchants d. predominantly young men who worked for a master under a contract 2 23. Most of the people who migrated to the Americas were a. religious zealots like the Puritans and the Pilgrims. b. Catholic missionaries looking to convert the Indians to Christianity. c. middle class Europeans looking to escape religious persecution or political oppression. d. unfree laborers such as indentured servants and African slaves. 24. What was the Great Awakening of the 1730s and 1740s in America? a. a movement to question orthodox Christianity through the promotion of Deism b. a strengthening of traditional church hierarchies c. a period that saw the formation of new religious groups that helped undermine state-supported churches d. a time of scientific Enlightenment 25. The “Middle Passage” refers to a. the upward struggle of lower class workers to the upper class. b. the route traveled by Francisco Coronado when he made his way through the American Southwest. c. the route used by slave ships crossing the Atlantic Ocean. d. the notion that the government can control trade in order to increase its strength. 26. Regarding slavery, which of the following statements is NOT true? a. Compared to the plantation regions, slavery was far less central to the economies of the New England colonies. b. Most Africans who crossed the Atlantic as slaves went first to the West Indies or South America. c. The Middle Colonies needed many slaves because large farms predominated. d. Slavery had been present in New York since early Dutch settlement. 27. What 1675-76 conflict erupted primarily as a result of land tensions between Wampanoag Indians and English colonists in New England? a. Bacon’s Rebellion b. The Pequot War c. King Philip’s War d. Glorious Revolution 28. Which of the following statements is NOT true about the British government after the end of the Seven Years (the French and Indian) War? a. It enjoyed a brief period of patriotism as colonists were excited about the possibilities of expanding westward. b. It faced problems administering the western lands which had formerly been claimed by the French. c. It enjoyed a budget surplus from trade with people living in the western territories. d. It fought a war against Native peoples living in the western territories, compelling them to acknowledge that the lands belonged to Indians. 3 29. The colonial economy worked primarily by a. exporting raw materials and importing finished products from Europe. b. manufacturing materials in America and then shipping them to Europe. c. importing raw materials from Africa and the West Indies to the Americas, where they could be processed. d. using local resources to promote domestic manufacturing within the colonies. 30. Historians assert that the witchcraft hysteria in New England during the 1690s was probably caused by a. the Great Awakening. b. social strains in the Massachusetts colony. c. dietary insufficiencies among young boys. d. the horrors of the Middle Passage. 31. Which phrase below best defines mercantilism? a. The way in which New England colonists convinced Indians to abandon their lands b. The process by which a country gained wealth and power by exploiting colonial resources, taxing exports, and regulating trade c. The manner by which Virginia politicians convinced settlers to grow tobacco by showing them how much money could be made in the European market d. The way in which American Indians used resources at specific times of the year 32. The Royal Proclamation of 1763 a. barred settlement by colonists west of the Appalachian Mountains and organized the colony of Quebec. b. prohibited colonies from issuing their own money and launched a series of taxes upon colonists. c. Prompted the formation of the Sons of Liberty, who organized protests against the Proclamation. d. Required colonists to supply British troops in America and authorized military action against Native Americans. 33. What was one significant effect of the Glorious Revolution in America? a. It reduced the influence of the Anglican Church in political affairs. b. It ended the system of mercantilism. c. It set a precedent for overthrowing a king. d. It curtailed the power of the colonial assemblies. 34. What did the Navigation Acts do? a. They established a series of taxes upon colonists in order to pay for the Seven Years War. b. They defined which territories European nation-states could claim in the Americas. c. They controlled shipping and trade between Britain and the colonies. d. They prohibited British colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains. 4 35. A key motivation behind early English settlement in the American colonies was a. acquisition of land, and thus a measure of personal independence. b. escape from the material and spiritual corruptions of England. c. the profits to be made in transatlantic commerce. d. All of these 36. Which of the following was NOT true for the British colonies in North America in the 1700s? a. Voters could elect all members of colonial government, including members of the assembly and the governor. b. Ownership of property was required for voting. c. A higher percentage of the people could vote than in any other part of the world. d. Black, Indians, and women generally could not vote. 37. What did it mean when colonists spoke of “no taxation without representation”? a. That Parliament held ultimate political power, therefore the colonies should have representatives there b. That those who could not vote for representatives to the colonial assemblies did not have to pay any taxes c. That the entire idea of taxation was wrong and infringed upon their rights d. That taxes had to come from the colonial assemblies, where voters had a say in their government 38. What was the Requerimiento? a. a city in South America that was attacked by Spanish conquistadors b. a labor system by which Europeans forced Native Americans to provided either work or tribute c. a document read by Catholic priests that served to justify Spanish conquest of American Indian communities d. a trade policy that compelled colonists to export their products to Europe 39. Having fled religious intolerance in England, the Puritans in Massachusetts a. were intolerant of persons who disagreed with their version of Christianity. b. were tolerant of other Christian faiths and denominations. c. were tolerant of other Protestants, but were intolerant of Quakers, Catholics, Jews, and atheists. d. created the first colonial statements promoting individual religious freedom. 40. What was the Walking Purchase? a. The agreement reached in the aftermath of Bacon’s Rebellion by which Virginia agreed to acquire lands for former indentured servants b. An organization of land speculators, including George Washington’s older brother, who sought to survey and sell lands west of Virginia c. A 1730s event that illustrated how colonists would attempt to swindle land from Native tribes d. The description of the manner in which prospective slaveowners would investigate captive peoples from Africa before buying them as laborers 5 PART 3: Map Exercise (10 points) Write the letter for each location in the corresponding description below the map ____ where Pontiac’s War began ____ Spanish colony of Florida ____ colony of New France ____ within the British colonies of the Lower South ____ within the British colonies of the Chesapeake ____ within the British Middle Colonies ____ the Proclamation Line ____ Boston ____ territory claimed by the Ohio Company of Virginia ____ within the British colonies of New England 6 PART 4: Short Answer Questions (50 points) In the space provided (and you can create more), answer the following questions. Use at least three examples to explain your answer. 1. Is the history of colonial America best told as a story of cooperation and partnership or as one of violence? 2. Would you argue that, over time, colonial Americans became more tolerant of other peoples? Why or why not? 3. Was colonial America before the Revolution a place that offered freedom? Or did it mainly deny freedom to people? 1 4. Colonists often asserted that they possessed rights. Discuss three examples of colonists demanding that a government respect their rights. 5. Was colonial America a place of religious tolerance? Why or why not? 6. Pick three colonial regions (New England, the Middle Colonies, the Chesapeake, the Lower South, or the West Indies) and explain how they compared with one another in terms of culture, politics, and the economy. 7. What are three things that a study of slavery can teach us about freedom, or the lack thereof, in colonial America? 2 8. The American Revolution saw many of the British colonies in North America declare their independence from Great Britain. Before this many colonists were proud to be British subjects. Throughout the colonial period, in what ways were colonists an extension of England and in what ways were they unique societies? 9. In your estimation, what were the three main causes of the American Revolution? 10. What would you say were the three most significant events of the American Revolution? 3 ...
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Exam #1 - History 100B*90
Professor Jarvis

NAME: _______________

PART 1: Matching (15 points)
Write the letter for the term that corresponds with the correct definition below
1__q__ urban workers responded to this
pervasive 1765 Parliamentary tax with
violence and vandalism; politicians
responded with resolves about colonial
rights

11__d__ the people who primarily settled in
New England

2__m__ this term pertains to the kinship and
alliances that developed between American
Indians and the French in the Great Lakes

13__t__ this 1770 event was used as
propaganda by American colonists critical
of British policies

3__h__ the debt accrued from this conflict
in the middle of the 18th century helped lead
to the American Revolution

14_k___ an intellectual movement in the
Atlantic world build around the notion of
reason and scientific inquiry

4__a__ propaganda spread by the English
and other European nations to tarnish the
Spanish reputation in the Americas

15__i__ this event in England impacted the
colonies; one way was through the creation
of the English Bill of Rights

5__f__ legislation from Parliament designed
to punish the people of Boston for their
continued resistance to taxation
6__p__ a 1763 conflict in which America
Indians fought to keep the British from
claiming territory in the Great Lakes
7_n___ these events demonstrated the social
and economic tensions that could arise in
communities at the end of the 17th century
8__l__ a key document in moving American
colonists toward embracing independence
9__r__ British legislation designed to pay
off a war debt by taxing the things that
American colonists imported
10__c__ people who signed contracts
agreeing to work for someone else for a
defined period of time

12__f__ English laws dating back to the 17th
century designed to control colonial trade

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g.
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Black Legend
Pueblo Revolt
indentured servants
Puritans
King Philip’s War
Navigation Acts
Covenant Chain
Bacon’s Rebellion
Glorious Revolution
Salem witch trials
Enlightenment
Great Awakening
Middle Ground
Seven Years War
Pontiac’s War
Proclamation of 1763
Stamp Act
Sugar Act
Townshend Acts
Boston Massacre
Intolerable Acts
Common Sense

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PART 2: Multiple Choice (25 points)
Circle the best answer for each of the following questions or statements.
16. Before contact with Europeans, people throughout the American continents lived in
each of the following EXCEPT for what?
a. Expansive walled cities
b. Small farming villages
c. Towns centered around large earthen mounds
d. Large tobacco plantations
17. What was Popé’s Rebellion (also referred to as the Pueblo Rebellion) in 1680?
a. an uprising against French colonization in the Americas
b. a revolt against Spanish colonial practices in New Mexico
c. an attack upon English settlers at Jamestown
d. a war in New England over land ownership
18. The most significant part of the "Great Biological Exchange" (the Columbian
Exchange) was the transfer of
a. horses to America.
b. crops like tobacco and potatoes to Europe.
c. infectious diseases to America.
d. smallpox to Europe and Africa.
19. European colonization after the 15th century was motivated primarily by
a. a desire to find wealth.
b. the need to escape religious persecution.
c. goals of spreading Christianity around the globe.
d. calls from monarchs to conquer Native peoples.
20. The 1618 “headright” policy in Virginia was
a. a series of laws that intended to establish slavery as the dominant labor
system in the colony.
b. a collection of court rulings declaring that husbands have power over wives.
c. a statement of religious tolerance.
d. a land distribution system designed to stimulate migrat...

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