Colonel America Review

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I. SHORT IDS: TEN of the following short IDs will be on the test. You will do FIVE (5). Answer in complete sentences. Identify the following, giving time, place, and context, and explaining the significance of each. Your answers should be approximately 3-5 sentences each. (50%)

Andros Overthrow
Atlantic Slavery
Bacon’s Rebellion
Berkeley, Gov. William
Best Poor Man’s Land
Boston Massacre
Boston Tea Party
Caribbean slavery
Coercive/Intolerable Acts
Conquistadors
Consumer Revolution
Coode’s Rebellion
Customs Officials
Dominion of New England
English Civil War
English Constitution
English Reformation
Fall of Quebec, 1759
Franklin, Benjamin
French & Indian War
Glorious Revolution
Great Migration
Hutchinson, Anne
King Philip’s War
Leisler’s Rebellion
Mather, Rev. Cotton
Mercantilism
New France
New Netherlands
New Spain
Non-importation Agreements
Pequot War
Plymouth colony
Plymouth Settlement
Powhatan Confederacy
Predestination
Proclamation of 1763
Protestant Reformation
Quaker Invasion of Massachusetts
Quebec Act of 1774
Rice colonies
Roanoke
Smith, Captain John
Spectral Evidence
Stamp Act
Tea Act
Tituba
Townshend Duties
Triangle Trade
War of Jenkin’s Ear

II. ESSAY: Two of the following essays will appear on the test. You will do one (1). Answer in complete sentences, giving as much specific detail as possible, and supporting your arguments with examples. Be sure to answer each part of the question fully. 50%. What were the objectives of the founders of Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay? Compare the early years of these colonies to those of the Virginia colony. What effect did political turmoil and changes in leadership in England have on the American colonies in the 17th and 18th century? Look at three of the following incidents and discuss in detail how the...
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