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English Colonies
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English Colonies 3
100

What is a pueblo?

Spanish civilian town

100

The Pennsylvania Dutch were actually ________ immigrants

German
100

Since the 1200s, what had been guaranteed by English law?

the right to trial by jury

100

Which colony was originally part of Pennsylvania?

Delaware 

100

Which colony began as a Dutch settlement?

New York

200

What is a plantation

large farm where crops such as sugar, rice, and cotton are grown

200

Because Georgia’s founders wanted a colony of small farms rather than large

plantations, they originally banned ________.

slavery

200

What was England’s first PERMANENT settlement in North America?

Jamestown

200

The western section of Pennsylvania was considered part of

the backcountry.

200

Powhatan turned against the Jamestown settlers because

the settlers raided Native American villages for food.

300

Who is Metacom?

king Philip 

300

In 1704, Delaware was ________ from Pennsylvania.

separated 

300

The Puritans founded their colony to assure freedom of worship for

themselves

300

The Pilgrims who came to North America in 1620 were also known as

Separatists

300

What was the main reason that the Spanish established missions?

to convert the Native Americans to Christianity

400

frontier leader in colonial America

Nathaniel Bacon

400

The _______ of ________ marked the start of representative government in North America.

House of Burgesses

400

What is the difference between a proprietary colony and a royal colony?

The first is run by an individual or family, the second by the king.

400

How did Pennsylvania’s founders differ from those of Massachusetts?

Unlike the Puritans, the founders of Pennsylvania believed in religious toleration.

400

Why did the Pilgrims create the Mayflower Compact?

to help them govern their new colony fairly

500

Native American who helped the Pilgrims survive

Squanto

500

Virginia developed a dependable source of income for itself by growing ________.

tobacco 

500

The winter following John Smith’s departure from Jamestown is called

the “starving time.”

500

By 1763, the three major Spanish settlements in the Florida colony were

centered around forts.

500

What did Anne Hutchinson and Thomas Hooker have in common?

Both disagreed with Puritan leaders and left Massachusetts.

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