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The Historical Foundations of American Society and Government. Comparing the Thirteen Colonies 1607-1760. The original settlements in the thirteen British colonies were all located (1) east of the Appalachian Mountains (2) along the Gulf Coast (3) on the Great Plains

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  • What was a main reason large plantations developed in the South during the colonial period?

    (1) British laws discouraged tenant farming.

    (2) Cotton could only be grown in wetlands.

    (3) Southern mountains led to the development

    of isolated, self-sufficient farms.

    (4) The coastal plain in the South contained large areas of fertile soil.


  • Which statement about the British colonial policy of mercantilism is most accurate?

    (1) Raw materials from the colonies were

    shipped to England.

    (2) England encouraged the colonies to seek

    independence.

    (3) The colonies were required to send

    manufactured goods to Europe.

    (4) The British opposed the use of slave labor in the colonies.


  • In colonial America, the House of Burgesses, the Mayflower Compact, and town hall meetings were all developments that led to the

    (1) regulation of trade with Native American

    Indians

    (2) protection of the rights of women

    (3) elimination of the power of the upper classes

    (4) creation of representative government



  • Which heading best completes the partial outline below? Compact, and town hall meetings were all developments that led to the

    I. _________________________________

    A. Mayflower Compact

    B. House of Burgesses

    C. New England town meetings

    (1) Attempts to Overthrow British Rule

    (2) Development of Self-Government in the American Colonies

    (3) Establishment of British Parliamentary Control Over the Colonies

    (4) Social Reform Movements in the American Colonies


  • In the 1700s, the triangular trade led directly to the Compact, and town hall meetings were all developments that led to the

    (1) middle colonies’ role as the chief importers of agricultural products

    (2) rapid industrialization of the southern

    colonies

    (3) decline of the New England economy

    (4) increased importation of enslaved Africans to the Western Hemisphere


  • The presence of which pair of geographic Compact, and town hall meetings were all developments that led to the

    conditions discouraged the development of a

    plantation economy in the New England

    colonies?

    (1) wide coastal plain and absence of good harbors

    (2) rocky soil and short growing season

    (3) numerous rivers and humid climate

    (4) flatlands and lack of forests


Sources of rights
Sources of Rights Compact, and town hall meetings were all developments that led to the




  • Which heading best completes the partial outline below? against American merchants is one reason the Bill of Rights includes protection against

    I. __________________________

    A. Magna Carta

    B. House of Burgesses

    C. Town meetings

    D. John Locke

    (1) Ideas of Social Darwinism

    (2) Basis of British Mercantilism

    (3) Contributions to American Literature

    (4) Influences on United States Constitutional Government


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