The mayflower compact suggests that religious culture among British North American colonists was influenced by
Puritan self-government religious congregation.
The Pilgrims were democratic because they
allowed for a civil union between people.
Late 17th century efforts to integrate Britain’s colonies into a coherent, hierarchical imperial structure and pursue mercantilist economic aims
met with scant success due largely to varied forms of colonial resistance and conflicts with American Indian groups.
The British Navigation Acts of the 17th century were aimed at
trade competition from the North
Under mercantilist doctrine, British currency policies enforced in the colonies were intended to primarily benefit
the British crown.
___________________which characterizes the British relationship with Native Americans.
The British viewed Native american cultures as a threat to colonization
Based on the passage above, the statement that
the French did not view Native American culture as a threat to colonization is the most accurate.
___________________________________________and this is most representative of the author’s point of view concerning the relations between English settlers and Native Americans
Relations between colonists and Indians in New England were bewilderingly complex
The aspect of the 18th century “chesapeake economy” that is shown in the drawing is
a labor-intensive product that is cultivated by slave labor.
Indians found that British settlers, especially those in the southern colonies, eagerly purchased or captures Indians to use as forced labor in cultivating tobacco, rice, and indigo. Consequently,
more and more, Indians began selling war captives to whites rather than integrating them into their own societies.
European’s approach to colonization was
sending men and women to acquire land and populate settlements while having a hostile relationship with the native americans.
The North American colonial settlements referenced in the passage tended to
establish like-minded,close-knit,and homogenous communities.
Britain's northern colonies in the global trade
had an export economy based on food products and raw materials.
____________________ reflects the image above
The Columbian exchange
______________________ is the colonial trend from the 17th and 18th centuries that is best illustrated by the image above.
The passage above was most likely written in response to
the ethnic and religious diversity in the middle colonies.
The ideas expressed in the passage show the
influence of greater religious independence in the colonies.
The ideas expressed in the passage above most directly led to political controversies over
the spread of European enlightenment ideas.
______________________________________the attitude of 17th-century Puritans toward religious liberty.
The toleration of no one whose expressed religious view varied from the own views
The patterns described in the excerpt most directly foreshadowed
the population decline in the Native American societies.
The trend described by Taylor most directly illustrates
the phenomenon known as the columbian exchange.
The Puritans who settled New England hoped to
create a model religious society based on biblical principles.
The rise of the triangle trade system impacted the economic development in the colonies because
American port cities grew in size and complexity.