Colonies
Vocabulary
American Revolution
Geography
WILD CARD
100

Why did the Puritans come to North America?

A. Escape Religious Persecution

B. Seek New Industrial Opportunities

C. Increase Trade for Lower Class

D. Escape Plague and Sickness

A. Escape Religious Persecution

100

Devout protestants who believed the church could be reformed.

Puritans

100

What word describes the idea behind Benjamin Franklin's "Join or Die" cartoon?

A. Individuality

B. Unity

C. Powerless

D. Segregation

B. Unity

100

Colonists were not allowed to settle West of the __________________ _________________ due to the Proclamation Line of 1763.

Appalachian Mountains

100

What is the name of the group in Great Britain representing the British government?

Parliament

200

While still onboard the ship, the Pilgrims signed the ______________ _____________ which was a key step in the development of representative, democratic government in America.

Mayflower Compact

200
Americans who were loyal to the British during the Revolutionary War

Loyalists

200

What was the biggest consequence of the French and Indian War for the American colonists? (bonus: name the other big consequence we discussed)

British War Debt (bonus: The Proclamation Line of 1763)

200

The French and Indian War was fight over the...

land surrounding the Ohio River Valley.

200

How was the relationship between Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island, and Native Americans?

A. He agreed to persecute Natives from the land.

B. He knew they couldn't negotiate access to resources.

C. He believed in positive relationships between each other.

D. He isolated Natives from English colonists to ensure their safety.

C. He believed in positive relationships between each other.

300

The Mayflower Compact and the Virginia House of Burgesses and established what principle?

A. Republican Democracy

B. Self Governing

C. Puritan Faith

D. Separatist Ideals

B. Self Governing

300

Name the 3 unalienable rights laid out in the Declaration of Independence that cannot be taken away.

Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness.

300

Which would not be considered a contributing factor to the American Revolution?

A. Regulating Taxes and Trade

B. Salutary Neglect (Britain allowing the colonists to govern themselves)

C. The Proclamation Line of 1763

D. Slave Trade Regulation

D. Slave Trade Regulation

300

Identify the name of the Native American who assisted the Pilgrims on the Plymouth colony with communication and how to utilize natural resources.

Squanto

300

How would it have been more difficult for enslaved Africans to fight back?

A. They were from different tribes and communicating was difficult.

B. Their differences in religion made it hard for them to come together.

C. They all believed in nonviolence.

D. They believed in individuality without rebellion.

A. They were from different tribes and communicating was difficult.

400

In the _____________ colonies, colonists practiced _____________ ____________ or a system of farming that provides all or almost all the goods required by the farm family usually without any significant surplus for sale .

Plus 500- 2 part question

middle; subsistence farming

400

The Navigation Acts were passed in order to regulate trade in the colonies and support Great Britain's idea of ___________________. Under this political philosophy colonies serve the mother country. 

Mercantilism

400

How did the French and Indian War change British relations with the colonists?

A. The war enabled the Thirteen Colonies to be more "active" in Europe's social and political affairs by imposing curfews and levying wages unfairly on Loyalists..

B. The war enabled the Thirteen Colonies to be more "active" in Europe's political and economic affairs by imposing regulations and levying taxes unfairly on Loyalists..

C. The war enabled Britain to be more "active" in colonial social and political affairs by imposing curfews and levying wages unfairly on the colonies.

D. The war enabled Britain to be more "active" in colonial political and economic affairs by imposing regulations and levying taxes unfairly on the colonies

D. The war enabled Britain to be more "active" in colonial political and economic affairs by imposing regulations and levying taxes unfairly on the colonies

400

True or False: 

Although the English engaged in some farming, the fur trade was their primary source of revenue which they tried controlling over the Natives.


False; The French wanted to take over fur trade as their primary revenue.

400

Why was the Battle of Saratoga important?


Turning point for the Americans because it secured foreign support (from the French) and boosted patriot morale

500

During the First Great Awakening, what was being challenged?

Authority and Hierarchical structures

500

Many Southern Colonies had ______ ______- rules governing behavior and punishment's of enslaved Africans

Slave Codes

500

How can the American Revolution be explained?

A. An epic social and economic struggle waged when Natives of Britain's North American colonies rejected its imperial rule.

B. An epic political and military struggle waged when 13 of Britain's North American colonies rejected its imperial rule.

C. An epic rebellion of war fought between Great Britain and the Southern Colonies to end mistreatment.

D. A war fought between Great Britain and Natives to stop expansion into the Northern colonies.

B. An epic political and military struggle waged when 13 of Britain's North American colonies rejected its imperial rule.

500

The three stage trade route utilized during the colonial period to move slaves to the Americas

Triangular Trade Route

500

Which colony was considered a prison colony?

Georgia

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