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History Test 1

Discuss the origin and impact of the Columbian Exchange.
What methods did Demos use to study Plymouth?
Explain the most important causes of the American Revolution. Mercantilism, Misgovernment, Cultural Pluralism, Revolution of 1763
How was the closed compact Christian community of the Pilgrims a basis for colonial society?
How did the Native American's react to the arrival of Europeans in America?
How was the triangular trade important in the American economy in 1700?
What was mercantilism? Benefits of profitable trading, gold and silver coins, benefits New Yorkers
What was the Congregational religion so important?
Why did so many European nations want a colony in North America?
Why did New Spain and New France send missionaries to Native Americans?
Compare and contrast the New England and the Chesapeake colonies in 1750.
How did colonists in North America differ from Europeans?
How did Blackrobe explain the culture clash?
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