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APUSH Unit 1

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APUSH unit 1
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1.  Followers of the Great Awakening, who emphasized a powerful, emotional religion, were known
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2.  In which of the following colonies was the death rate for the early colonists the most severe?
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3.  By 1631 in Massachusetts, which of the following people could vote?
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4.  Under the "headright" system in Virginia,
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5.  The men largely responsible for Spain's conquest of the New World were known as
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6.  The _______________ were designed to enforce the dictates of the British commercial policy of the seventeenth century.
7.  New England families were unique because of the presence of
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8.  The English rehearsed for settlement in the New World by colonizing
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9.  The ____________ took a more rational approach on religious questions and faith than did the evangelicals of the Great Awakening.
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10.  The desire for _____________ determined the relationship between Native Americans of North America and the Europeans.
11.  The tribes of eastern North America defined their place in society through
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12.  Colonial involvement with imperial wars began with
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13.  The Staple Act of 1663 stated that
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14.  In Massachusetts Bay, "freeman status" was granted to adult males who
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15.  The character of the first English settlements in the New World
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16.  The joint-stock company
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17.  For seventeenth-century Puritans in New England, the most important institution in society was the
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18.  In 1636, authorities in Massachusetts Bay banished Roger Williams because
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19.  Seventeenth-century English Puritans
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20.  The document in which the Pilgrims established a civil government for their Plymouth colony has become known as the...
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21.  The French empire in North America succeeded because of the
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22.  The term ____________ was used in Spanish America to describe people of mixed European and Indian ancestry
23.  The labor system of Jamestown in its early years
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24.  Which of the following countries is incorrectly matched with one of its colonies?
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25.  Which of the following wars between England and France had the greatest political and economic impact on colonial America
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26.  The failure of the Albany Plan can be attributed, primarily, to the
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27.  What factor helps to explain the development of different Native American communities in the New World?
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28.  According to the religious philosophy of John Calvin and his followers,
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29.  Calvinists in Scotland founded the
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30.  The first French explorers were
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31.  To resolve the problem of the vast expenses New World settlement required, English merchant-capitalists introduced the concept of
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32.  The Puritans of Massachusetts Bay believed that the best way to reform the Church of England was to
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33.  Which one of the following was a Chesapeake colony?
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34.  Upon arriving in the New World, English settlers
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35.  Which of the following individuals is INCORRECTLY associated with the colony he established?
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36.  Those who migrated to the Chesapeake Bay area as indenture servants were
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37.  ______________ was the first American most Europeans recognized as a true intellectual
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38.  During the colonial period, the bulk of the slaves sent to the North American colonies were
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39.  The most successful agricultural product in seventeenth-century North American colonies was
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40.  From the beginning of colonization, Spain regarded her New World domain as primarily
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41.  The _________________ Company was responsible for the settlement of Jamestown in Virginia
42.  The Navigation Acts established the principle that
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43.  The sources of the witchcraft hysteria in Salem
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44.  Anne Hutchinson's skillful self-defense at her trial before the magistrates of Massachusetts Bay was ruined by
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45.  The Treaty of Tordesillas of 1494 resulted in
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46.  All of the following contributed to the rise of the nation-states in Europe in the fifteenth century EXCEPT
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47.  The single greatest factor that caused the destruction of Native Americans after contact with Europeans was
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48.  The leader of the failed Roanoke colony was
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49.  A feudal land system was associated with which one of the following colonies?
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50.  Which one of the following was NOT a factor that stimulated English migration to the New World
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51.  After Bacon died of fever, the rebellion...
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52.  Puritan dissenter Roger Williams established the colony of
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53.  Which of the following is NOT related to the French experience in the New World
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54.  The Glorious Revolution in Maryland was stronly influenced by
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55.  In eighteenth-century Great Britain, the constitution was
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56.  Which of the following was NOT an important effect of the Great Awakening?
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57.  1622, The Native American tribes of Virginia
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