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Advanced placement U.S. Historv I ' Lesson 7 Handout 1 (page i)

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The colonial section with the most diversrty of religions was a. New England b. Middle Colonies c. South

a. New England b. Middle Colonies c. South d. Frontier
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Judging from the 9up" on Religious Denominations and National origins, which section had the widest range of languages and cultures?

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which of the following factors best tied the coronists
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a. Anglican Church b. Slavery c. Fishing
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which of the following best reflected the presence of England in all sections of the colonies?

I s a. South b. New England c. Middle Colonies

which colonial section best reflected the melting pot of nationalities?

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had the least urban development?

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Advanced Placement U.S. History I Lesson I Handout I (page 2)

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