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US Migration Test

Honors American History Test Questions

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The first successful attempt at immigration to the New World was the English colony started in 1607 in --------- Jamestown
the act of leaving one's country or region with the intent to settle permanently in another is called ---------- Emigration
The movement of people into another country or region to which they are not native is called ----------- Immigration
Large numbers of immigrants were young men and women coming to the New World as ---------- -------- Indentured servants
servitude in exchange for repayment of a dept indentured servant
first quakers arriving around 1680 Valiant Sixty( Ex. William Penn)
In 1619 twenty -------claves were brought by a Dutch ship and sold to the English at Jamesport African
English Pilgrims established a small settlement naer -------- Massachusettes to seek religious freedom Plymouth
The pea of the New England's settlement occured from about 1629 to about 1641 with about 20,000 ------- settlers arrived mostly from ------- Puritan / England
The Dutch established settlements along the ------ River in NY starting in 1626 Hudson
The Spanish Immigration in the 1600s was mostly in the present state of
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