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The Puritans believed that the Church of England was corrupt because it did not restrict its membership to "visible saints" who had experienced conversion. True
All Puritans wanted to break away from the Church of England and establish a new "purified" church. False, most Puritans wanted to stay within the Church of England and purify it; only extreme Puritans, the Separatists, wanted to break away.
The large Separatist Plymouth Colony strongly influenced Puritan Massachusetts Bay. False
Massachusetts Bay restricted the vote for elections to the General Court to adult male members of the Congregational Church. True
Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson were both banished for organizing political rebellions against the Massachusetts Bay authorities. False, They were banished for teaching religious and political heresy.
Rhode Island was the most religiously and politically tolerant of the New England colonies. True
The Wampanoag people of New England initially befriended the English colonists. True
Edmund Andros's autocratic Dominion of New England was overthrown in connection with the Glorious Revolution in England. True
King Phillip's war enabled New England's Native Americans to recover their numbers and morale. False, the war led to further decline in Native American population and morale.
New York became the most democratic and economically equal of the middle colonies. False
Dutch New Netherland was conquered in 1664 by England True
William Penn originally intended his Pennsylvania colony to be exclusively a refuge for his fellow Quakers. False, Penn welcomed people of diverse religious views from the beginning.
William Penn's benevolent Indian policies were supported by non-Quaker immigrants to Pennsylvania. False
The middle colonies' broad, fertile river valleys enabled them to develop a richer agricultural economy than that of New England. False
The middle colonies were characterized by tightly knit, ethically homogeneous communities that shared a common sense of religious purpose. False, the description applies to New England, not the middle colonies, which were socially diverse and full of political conflict.
The Puritans all believed strongly that Only the elect of "visible saints" should be members of the church.
Compared with the Plymouth colony, the Massachusetts Bay colony was larger and more prosperous economically
One reason that the Massachusetts Bay Colony was not a true democracy is that only church members could vote for the governor and the General Court.
The most distinctive feature of the Rhode Island colony was that it enjoyed the most complete religious freedom of all the English colonies
Before the first English settlements in New England, Indians in the region had been devastated by disease epidemics caused by contact with English fishermen.
The Indian people who first encountered the Pilgrim colonists in New England were the Wampanoags
The Puritan missionary efforts to convert Indians to Christianity were weak and mostly unsuccessful
King Phillip's War represented the last major Indian effort to hait New Englanders' encroachment on their land.
The primary value of the New England Confederation lay in Providing the first small step on the road to intercolonial cooperation.
The event that sparked the collapse of the Dominion of New England was The Glorious Revolution in England
The Dutch Colony of New Netherland was harshly and undemocratically governed
The short-lived colony conquered by the New Netherland Dutch in 1655 was New Sweden
William Penn's colony of Pennsylvania. made no provisions for military defense against enemies.
Besides Pennsylvania, Quakers were also heavily involved in the early settlement of both New Jersey and Delaware
The Middle colonies of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware had more ethnic diversity than either New England or the Southern colonies.
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