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APUSH Unit 1

Unit 1 Test review questions

QuestionAnswer
War between the Natives and Puritans = slowed westward expansion King Phillips War
Allowed colonists the same rights as English to attract more colonists. Edwin Sandys
Colonists who paid the passage of an indentured servant received land Headright System
City upon a Hill-governor of Massachusetts John Winthrop
Puritans who believed they could not reform the Church of England Separatists
Period between 1650-1750 when England basically left the colonies alone Salutary Neglect
Export more than Import-Colonies support the mother country Mercantilism
Colonists made to house British soldiers Quartering Acts
Catholic founder of Maryland Lord Baltimore
Divided the New World into two parts (Spain/Portugal) Treaty of Tordesillas
Met to discuss an appeal for England to repeal taxes 1st Continental Congress
Limit Colonial trade with the French West Indies Molasses Act
His trial led the way for "Freedom of the Press" Peter Zenger
Foodstuff native to the New World-caused mass importation of slaves into the Caribbean Sugar
He said "No taxation without representation" James Otis
Allowed non-converted Puritans to join the church Halfway Covenant
First successful English colony in the New World Jamestown
First tax with the goal of raising revenue for England Sugar Act
Author of "Join or Die" Benjamin Franklin
Complete toleration of Christians Act of Toleration
Military leader for colonists during the French-Indian war and American Revolution George Washington
Resulted in the Declaratory Act Stamp Act
Italian who "explored" and claimed the New World for Spain Columbus
Colonists could not expand west of the Appalachians Proclamation of 1763
Effort to control the colonies Dominion of New England
The Age of Reason Enlightenment
A Puritan separatist colony founded in 1620 Plymouth Colony
Treaty that ended the American Revolution Treaty of Paris
Upset with Governor Berkely's policies dealing with defense from the Natives Nathaniel Bacon
Discovered tobacco strand John Rolfe
English Philosopher-influenced the Declaration of Independence with his ideas of Life, liberty and property John Locke
Product that saved the Jamestown colony-causing a mass migration of men into the colony Tobacco
Colonists were English subjects therefore they had representation in Parliament Virtual Representation
Pacifist group founded by William Penn Quakers
Native Americans in Mexico-conquered by Cortes Aztecs
England's right to tax Declaratory Act
Female banned from Massachusetts Bay Colony Anne Hutchinson
Church of England Anglicans
Lost Colony-off the coast of North Carolina Roanoke
Colonies could not issue currency Currency Act
England's defeat of this prompted English colonization Spanish Armada
System of trade-U.S. to Africa to West Indies Triangular Trade
Leader of the Sons of Liberty Samuel Adams
Native American translator for the puritans Squanto
Foodstuffs that allowed Native Americans to settle in one place Corn
Used to enforce England's Mercantilism theories Navigation Acts
Colonial meeting to ask for the repeal of stamp act Stamp Act Congress
Established the Roman Catholic religion in the French province of Canada Quebec Act
Saved Jamestown by requiring the colonists to work John Smith
Said "Give me liberty or give me death" Patrick Henry
Met in hopes to get King to redress colonist grievances and to raise money for an army 2nd Continental Congress
Indian leader who threatened Jamestown Powhatan
Wrote "Declaration of Independence" Thomas Jefferson
Result was the French evacuation from North America French and Indian War
Resulted in Samuel Adams "Mass Circular Letter" Townshend Acts
Puritan colony founded in 1630 Massachusetts Bay Colony
Wrote "Of Plymouth Plantation" William Bradford
Puritans who believed they could reform the Church of England Puritans
Britain's response to the Boston Tea Party Intolerable Acts
Ben Franklin's attempt to unify colonies for the French Indian War Intercolonial Congress
Place where political talk took place Taverns
Banned from Massachusetts - founded Rhode Island Roger Williams
1642 - 20,000 Puritans came to Massachusetts Great Migration
Preacher who began the great awakening Jonathan Edwards
Head of Dominion of New England Sir Edmund Andros
"Caused" English Reformation - fall of Catholic empire Martin Luther
Preacher who gave very emotional sermons George Whitefield
French-Indian war ended - salutary neglect ended - Colonial esteem went up 1763
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