A New World

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1

Between northeastern Georgia and Western New York, the Proclamation Line of 1763 follows the

Appalachian Mountains

2

The southern end of the Proclamation Line of 1763 crosses the

Atlantic Coastal Plain

3

The Continental Divide of North America roughly follows the

Rocky Mountains

4

The first of the 13 Colonies settled was

Virginia

5

The Proclamation Line of 1763 limited the settlement of the colonists to

The river watersheds which flow to the Atlantic Ocean between Chaleur Bay and St. Mary's River

6

The segment of the Proclamation Line of 1763 between western New York and New Brunswick established a border between the 13 Colonies and the

Basin of the St. Lawrence River

7

The largest river basin in North America is the basin of the

Mississippi River

8

Along the Proclamation Line of 1763 . there is a single point ( in northern Pennsylvania) where the Mississippi River and St. Lawrence River basins meet. From this point which rivere system flow east through Pennsylvania to Chesapeake Bay?

Susquehanna River

9

The river which marks the northern end of Proclamation Line of 1763 is the

Restigouche River

10

The last of the Thirteen Colonies settled was

Georgia

11

At the time of the American Revolution the slave population

accounted for one-fifth of the total population

12

Subsistence agriculture in colonial America

was a common way of life in both North and South

13

The population of Colonial America

doubled every 25 years in the 18th century

14

Which was NOT a significant source of migrants to colonial America

Catholics seeking religious freedom

15

The largest cities of colonial America were

port cities

16

Urban merchants in colonial America can be seen as supports to the agricultural economy because they

exported crops and carried slaves

17

Plantation agriculture in colonial America

tended to tie economic elites to European markets and products

18

Life expectancy in colonial America

was half of life expectancy in America today

19

Household agriculture in colonial America

often flourished near cities and towns

20

Which was probably NOT a significant reason for the high total fertility rate in colonial America a

the desire to encourage the education of women

21

Anglicanism became a defining and enduring element of English identity in the time of

Queen Elizabeth I

22

The largest Jewish community in colonial America could be found in

Rhode Island

23

The Puritans were

English Calvinists who believed that the Church of England could be purified

24

In terms of religious affiliation, colonial America could be most accurately described as

Protestant

25

The inhabitants of the American colonies were

half English, and half of other origins

26

In the American colonies, the Anglicans and Puritans were

both established churches in various colonies

27

The largest Catholic community in colonial America could be found in

Maryland

28

The Reformed Churches within the Protestant tradition are most identified with the theology of

John Calvin

29

The Quakers and the Baptists

both believed in the separation of church and state

30

All of the following were sources of Reformed Church migrants to America EXCEPT the

German Pietists

31

New York Conspiracy Trial of 1741

revolved around an alleged plot of Africans and Catholics

32

Stono Rebellion

was the largest slave rebellion in Colonial America

33

A slave factory was a place where

African traders sold slaves to Europeans

34

Somerville's Case

ended the slavery of Africans in England

35

Bacon's Rebellion

led to the transformation of Virginia into a slave society

36

The European country which traded the greatest number of African slaves was

Portugal

37

The Royal African Company was founded

to increase the supply of slaves to English colonies

38

In the first decades of the 17th century , the English mainland colonies acquired only a few slaves because

the price of slaves was too high

39

The number of Africans moved by European traders in one average year of the slave trade between 1490 and 1890 would be closest to

35000 people

40

Which of the following statements about slavery as a common feature of pre modern societies is UNTRUE

that in early modern China, peasants were few in number relative to labor demand, and wages were low enough, to make slavery unnecessary

41

England first became a unified kingdom under the leadership of

Wessex

42

The Commonwealth of England

was founded by the Roundheads

43

From the time of King Edward I onward Parliament

approved taxes and enacted statues

44

Magna Carta

acknowledged the rights of the free

45

The common law system launched by king Henry II involved

judges making law by their decisions

46

King Charles I attempted to abolish Parliament because

of Parliament's assertiveness under Puritan influence

47

The political and social institutions implanted by the Norman Conquest maybe best described as

French and feudal

48

The main language spoken in England in the fifth century was

Briton

49

The real power of Parliament was at a lowpoint

In the reigns of Henry VIII and Elizabeth 1

50

Until the early 19th century, the right to vote for members of the House of Commons was extended to

all adult male property owners

51

The First Lord of the Treasury

emerged under Robert Walpole as de facto prime minister

52

King George I

was a German prince reigning as British Kings

53

King George II

forced Walpole's resignation by political maneuvers

54

The Glorious Revolution

was an unopposed Dutch invasion of England

55

The Whig Party

regarded itself as the party of liberty

56

The Exclusion Bill had proposed that

the Duke of York be blocked from the throne due to his religion

57

English Bill of Rights

established Parliamentary Supremacy

58

The Commonweatlh of England had eneded in 1660 because

the Puritan defense of English liberty agains t the king had led to dicatatorship

59

Robert Walpoloe

lost power when he opposed war with France

60

The Act of Union in 1707

formed the kingdom of Great Britain

61

Colonial Assemblies had the following powers EXCEPT

the right to dismiss officials appointed by the King

62

The advantage to the King of colonization by joint stock companies is that

the risks are transferred to private parties

63

The Calvert family regained control of Maryland in 1715 because

Benedict Calvert had converted to Anglicanism

64

The Radical Whigs in Britain

had similar views to Whigs in America

65

The London Company failed in Virginia because

large amounts of gold were not found

66

Whig ideology was understood differently in America than in Britain because

the right to vote was more common in America

67

King Charles II granted Pennsylvania to William Penn in order to

redeem a debt owed to Admiral William Penn

68

In colonial America, an example of the rights of Englishmen was

the right of adult male property owners to vote

69

In a compact colony

the Colonial Assembly elects the Governor

70

Royal Charters

formed the legal basis of colonial government

71

The death of King Carlos II of Spain l

led to was between France and the Allies

72

King Felipe V of Spain

policies led to a naval was with Britain in 1739

73

The Treaty of Westminister in 1674

ended the Anglo-Dutch Wars

74

Queen Elizabeth I and King Felipe II were rivals for all of the following reasons EXCEPT

they both had claims to Mexico

75

The Seven Years War

started in North America, rather than in Europe

76

King William's War was started

by the refusal of King Louis XIV to accept the Glorious Revolution

77

The Treaty of London in 1604

made peace between England and Spain

78

King Frederick II of Prussia

became an enemy of Britain in 1742

79

The Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle maintained peace under King George II by

ending the War of the Austrian Succession

80

The Navigation Act of 1651

sparked the Anglo-Dutch Wars

81

Lawrence Washington

was a former Captain in the British Army who returned to Virginia

82

The French encountered less hostility than the British from Indian tribes on the North American frontier because

The French were traders who posed little threat to Indian lands

83

The decline in Native American population after 1500 was caused primarily by

exposure to deadly European diseases

84

Fort LeBloeuf

secured the portage between Lake Erie and French Creek

85

The goal of the Ohio Company was

to plant a British settlement at Three Rivers Fork

86

The Iroquois Confederacy

protected a key segment of the American frontier from French attacks

87

The main supply route from New France to Indian tribes on the colonial frontier

involved portage between Lake Erie and the Allegheny River

88

Indian tribes were generally fearful and hostile towards the British American colonies because t

he colonies were farming societies hungry for land

89

Robert Dinwiddie and Marquis Duquesne

were colonial administrators only loosely controlled by distant imperial centers

90

The Spanish policy towards Indians in Mexico and Peru was shaped by the Indian experience as

peasants accustomed to a settled life of exploitation

91

Battle of The Monongahela

1755

92

Seven Years War Declared

1756

93

Capture Of Louisbourg

1758

94

Battle of Quebec

1759

95

Paxtons Case

1761

96

Treaty Of Paris

1763

97

declaratory act

1766

98

Liberty Riot

1768

99

Circular Letter

1768

100

King Henry VIII declared Supreme Head of the Church

1534

101

accession of queen elizabeth I

1558

102

death of Jean Cauvin [John Calvin] at geneva

1564

103

Treaty of London

1604

104

First african Slaves in Virginia

1619

105

Outbreak of the english civil war

1642

106

Outbreak of the Anglo-Dutch wars 1652

1652

107

royal african company charted

1660

108

Bacons Rebellion

1676

109

King Williams war declared

1689

110

Queen Anne's war declared

1702

111

Colony of Georgia founded at savannah

1733

112

Kingdom of Great Britain formed

1707

113

New York Slave Conspiracy Trails

1741

114

Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle

1748

115

Albany Congress

1754

116

William Pitt appointed Secretary of State

1757

117

Accession of King George III

1760

118

Capture of Montreal

1760

119

Proclamation line

1763

120

Stamp Act

1765

121

Townshend Act

1767

122

Boston Massacre

1770

123

Martin Luther Launched the protestant reform

1517

124

Book of Common Prayer First issued

1549

125

Spanish Armada

1588

126

Death of Queen Elizabeth I

1603

127

Founding of Virginia colony at Jamestown

1607

128

King Charles I abolishes parliament

1629

129

execution of King Charles I

1649

130

Restoration of King Charles II

1660

131

Treaty of Westminster

1674

132

Glorious Revolution

1689

133

Treaty of Ryswick

1697

134

Virginia Slave Code

1705

135

Stono Rebellion

1739

136

Treaty of Utrecht

1749

137

King Georges war declared

1742

138

King Georges war declared

1753