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MIDTERM REVIEW GAME. START. Who was the first explorer who sailed for Portugal and proved that Africa could be rounded?. Diaz. Vespucci. Columbus. Balboa. 2. What explorer is given credit for the first circumnavigation of the world?. Magellan. Cabot. Vespucci. Drake.

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Who was the first explorer who sailed for Portugal and proved that Africa could be rounded?

Diaz

Vespucci

Columbus

Balboa

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2. What explorer is given credit for the first circumnavigation of the world?

Magellan

Cabot

Vespucci

Drake

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3. What is the geographic term that describes lines that measure points north and south of the equator?

Longitude

Compass

Navigation

Latitude

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5. Who was the real hero of the midnight ride that made it in time to warn Concord?

Dawes

Revere

Prescott

Adams

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6. What was the name of the Aztec leader who died during the conquest of Hernando Cortes?

Dona Marina

Quetzalcoatl

Pizarro

Montezuma

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7. Which of the following battles was an American victory in the Revolutionary War?

Long Island

Cowpens

Brandywine

Charleston

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8. What person listed below would most be associated with The Great Awakening?

Whitefield

Franklin

Bradford

Newton

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9. Which event listed below helped bring a slow end to Feudalism?

Age of Reason

Enlightenment

Crusades

War of Roses

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10. Who said…“Don’t shoot until you see the whites of their eyes” on the top of Bunker Hill?

Paul Revere

William Howe

Thomas Gage

William Prescott

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11. What religious group would you associate with the phrase… “City Upon a Hill?

Quakers

Shakers

Pilgrims

Puritans

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12. What tactic did the Son’s of Liberty use effectively to help get the Stamp Act repealed?

Blockade

Boycott

Stalemate

Monopoly

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14. Which term listed below would most be associated with New Spain and slavery?

Squatters

Asiento

Mestizo

Navigation Acts

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16. What member of the Son’s of Liberty transformed the Boston Incident into a Massacre?

Paul Revere

Ben Franklin

Sam Adams

John Hancock

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17. Which colony listed below was known as the… “Holy Experiment”?

Georgia

Maryland

New York

Pennsylvania

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18. A small farm that provides a harvest for one family with a little left over to trade is called…

Plantation

Shortage

Subsistance

Commercial

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19. What was the name of the British general who took control of Boston’s government?

Thomas Gage

William Howe

John Burgoyne

John Pitcairn

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20. Which term listed below best describes a law maker in the colony of Virginia?

Lord

Burgess

Chancellor

Magistrate

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21. Which of the following men listed below would NOT be considered a conquistadore?

Vespucci

Cortes

Pizarro

De Leon

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22. Which explorer listed below claimed North America for Great Britain?

Columbus

Diaz

Vespucci

Cabot

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23. What person defended the British soldiers of the Boston Massacre in court and won?

Sam Adams

Ben Franklin

John Hancock

John Adams

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24. What person did Elizabeth I place in charge of colonizing North America for England?

Drake

Raleigh

Bradford

Smith

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25. Which of the following items would NOT be associated with the Puritans?

Winthrop

Witch Trials

Separatist

Inner Light

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26. What woman listed below rode forty miles through a rainy night to warn Patriots of a British attack?

Lydia Darragh

Rebecca Motte

Abigail Adams

Sybil Ludington

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27. Which rebellion listed below was the result of conflicts between eastern and western settlers?

Bacon’s Reb.

Shay’s Reb.

Whiskey Reb.

Pontiac’s Reb.

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28. What term listed below describes a slave’s journey across the Atlantic to the New World?

Equator Road

Middle Passage

Northwest Passage

Prime Meridan

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29. What is another name for Patriots… Americans who supported Independence?

Loyalists

Whigs

Republicans

Tories

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30. What was the name of the conquistadore that conquered the Inca Empire?

Cortes

De Leon

Pizarro

De Soto

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31. Which of the following laws passed by Parliament was not a tax?

Stamp

Townshend

Sugar

Declaratory

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32. Who founded the first permanent settlement at Quebec in New France?

Champlain

Cartier

Verrazano

La Salle

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33. Most New England communities had a church, meeting house, and school centrally located called a…

Central Market

Town Square

Town Common

Village Green

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34. What American Partisan leader was called the “Swamp Fox” because of his hit & run tactics?

Henry Knox

Ethan Allen

Benedict Arnold

Francis Marion

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35. What Catholic colony listed below would you associate with the Toleration Act?

Pennsylvania

Maryland

Virginia

Georgia

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36. What Spanish bishop became the 1st Indian rights activist by trying to get laws passed to protect them?

Casas

Pizarro

Cortes

Balboa

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What is considered the first permanent English settlement in the New World?

Plymouth

Williamsburg

Roanoke Island

Jamestown

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38. What battle listed below was considered the turning point of the American Revolution?

Trenton

Saratoga

Yorktown

Brandywine

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39. What person listed below would you associate with the term “sea dog”?

Francis Marion

John Smith

Francis Drake

Henry Morgan

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40. Which of the following items would you NOT associate with the colony of Georgia?

Penal Colony

Holy Experiment

J. Oglethorpe

Buffer Colony

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41. What American listed below was able to capture Fort Ticonderoga with the Green Mountain Boys?

John Paul Jones

Francis Marion

Ethan Allen

William Prescott

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42. Which of the following items would NOT be associated with the Quakers?

George Fox

Society of Friends

City Upon a Hill

William Penn

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43. Which colony had the lowest population in colonial America?

Delaware

Rhode Island

New York

North Carolina

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44. Who was the first person to inherit the throne of England after the death of King Henry VIII?

Simba IV

Mary I

Elizabeth I

Edward VI

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45. Which item listed below would most be associated with the term… “Peculiar Institution”?

Toleration Act

Plantation

Mercenary

Stamp Act

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46. Which item listed below would NOT be considered propaganda?

Townshend Acts

Boston Massacre

Join or Die

Common Sense

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47. Which term listed below is often the reason why goods go on sale at the mall?

Shortage

Boycott

Demand

Surplus

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48. Which colony listed below would be considered a “Middle Colony”?

New Hampshire

North Carolina

New Jersey

Virginia

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49. Which of the following crops would best be described as a cash crop in Colonial America?

Barley

Potatoes

Tobacco

Wheat

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50. What woman listed below was the first published black poet in America?

Debora Sampson

Phillis Wheatley

Betty Zane

Peggy Shippen

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51. What person listed below would most be associated with the Catholic faith in Maryland?

William Penn

John Winthrop

George Calvert

William Bradford

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53. What northern colony had the highest population?

Virginia

New York

Massachusetts

Pennsylvania

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54. What factor had the greatest impact on colonial settlement patterns?

Economy

Rivers

Religion

Education

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55. Which item listed below was considered America’s first “national event”?

Great Awakening

Enlightenment

Toleration Act

Bacon’s Reb.

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56. What term describes a contract that exchanges work for several years for passage to the New World?

Headright

Land Charter

Indenture

Commonwealth

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57. Who was the first explorer to see the Pacific Ocean, although he called it the South Sea?

Magellan

Balboa

Vespucci

Columbus

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58. What group listed below would NOT be considered part of Parliament?

House of Commons

House of Lords

King / Queen

House of Burgesses

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59. What person shown below would be considered an American naval hero of the Revolutionary War?

John Paul Jones

Francis Marion

Henry Knox

Artemas Ward

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60. What person known as “the navigator” was most responsible for starting sea exploration?

Prince Edward

Queen Isabella

King Phillip II

Prince Henry

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61. What geographic term listed below describes a narrow water passage between two large areas of land?

Isthmus

Strait

Plateau

Peninsula

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62. What general listed below led the American Army in the southern campaign with success?

Lincoln

Lafayette

Greene

Clinton

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63. Which item listed below would NOT be considered a postwar problem of the French & Indian War?

Financial Debt

Pontiac’s Reb.

Land Disputes

Navigation Acts

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64. Which crop listed below would NOT be considered a “cash crop”?

Indigo

Green Gold

Corn

Rice

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65. For the United States to achieve favorable balance of trade, the economy has to have more…

Imports

Shortage

Monopoly

Exports

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66. Which of the following items listed below demonstrate democracy in action?

Parliament

Town Meeting

Privy Council

County Courts

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67. Most Americans during the colonial time period lived in areas that would best be described as…

Rural

Suburban

Seaports

Urban

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68. Washington had a key victory when he crossed the Delaware and surprised Hessians celebrating Christmas at the Battle of…

Saratoga

Brandywine

Yorktown

Trenton

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69. Panama would best be described by what geographic term listed below?

Strait

Plains

Isthmus

Peninsula

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70. What was the name of the French naval commander who held off the Royal Navy in the Battle of the Virginia Capes?

Lafayette

De Grasse

Von Steuben

Rochambeau

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71. People living on the American frontier who were described as “Jack of All Trades” could best be associated with the term…

Age of Reason

Yankee Ingenuity

Great Awakening

Sunshine Patriots

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72. Tar and pitch from the pine forests of the south, used in the ship building industry, are called…

Black Gold

Indentures

Contraband

Naval Stores

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73. What two countries took the lead and dominated early exploration efforts to reach Asia?

Spain & England

Italy & Spain

England & Italy

Spain & Portugal

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74. Which colony listed below was known as the “Lost Colony” because it mysteriously disappeared?

Jamestown

San Salvador

Roanoke Island

Plymouth

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75. What term would NOT be associated with Davy Butcher’s story in the movie Bound for Freedom?

Barter

Soul Driver

Indenture

Separatist

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76. Which religious group listed below would NOT be described as Separatists?

Anglicans

Puritans

Pilgrims

Quakers

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77. What colony type listed below would best describe the colony of Pennsylvania?

Royal

Proprietary

Corporate

Suburban

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78. What explorer was the first to realize that Columbus had discovered an unknown continent?

Cabot

Diaz

Vespucci

Cortes

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79. What colonial leader listed below failed in Georgia with Asian crops?

Bradford

Oglethorpe

Penn

Smith

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80. What separatist group was known as the Society of Friends?

Shakers

Pilgrims

Moravians

Quakers

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