I’m really struggling in history and I would love some help!
1. Who did Virginia rely on for most of its labor in its initial years as a colony?
A. indentured servants
C. Irish laborers
2. Which of the following sixteenth-century European religious groups were considered the most socially and politically radical?
3. During the 1600′s, what was the greatest killer in Virginia?
A. epidemic disease such as typhoid fever and malaria
B. Indian resistance
D. Spanish and French aggression
E. old age
4. What characterized the first generation of New England land settlement?
I. communal ownership of property
II. a few elite families acquiring rights to most of the property
III. farms scattered around the countryside, away from village centers
IV. large cities connected by private stagecoach lines
V. households situated in the village, with farmland placed outside the village
A. I and II
B. I, II and III
C. I, II, III and IV
5. All of the following are Quaker beliefs except
A. the Holy Spirit could inspire every soul.
B. an individual’s inner light could best be revealed through the ceremony and music of a religious service.
C. an individual’s personal opinions should not be mistaken for God’s will.
D. individuals deserved recognition for their spiritual state rather than their wealth or family status.
E. women and men were equal in their ability to understand the inner light.
6. Puritans attempted to convert Native Americans by
A. allowing Native Americans to maintain their own cultural and religious beliefs.
B. appealing to the Native Americans’ appreciation of ceremony while relating Native American doctrine to Native American beliefs.
C. organizing Native Americans into isolated praying towns where Native Americans were taught Puritan ways
D. using force to obtain a commitment.
E. stressing that if the Native Americans did not convert, they would burn in hell.
7. Which of the following factors influenced the crowning of William and Mary as king and queen of England in 1689?
I. James II had a son whom Parliament feared would be raised as a Catholic.
II. Several prominent political and religious officials asked William and Mary to intervene in England.
III. William and Mary took the throne after agreeing to accept England’s Bill of Rights.
A. I and II
B. I and III
C. II and III
D. III only
E. I, II and III
8. Mercantilism was
A. an economic theory carefully elaborated by Adam Smith in The Wealth of Nations.
B. a government policy aimed at achieving national economic self-sufficiency.
C. a colonial American policy of trading primarily with England to strengthen political and economic ties.
D. a theory of business organization in which merchants formed joint-stock companies to pool their capital.
E. All the above
9. In the first half of the eighteenth century, how did Great Britain become more powerful in North America than either France or Spain?
A. France and Spain fought a debilitating war that allowed the British to develop their possessions without interference.
B. Great Britain greatly expanded its navy and built new bases in North America and the Caribbean.
C. Great Britain’s population in North America more than quadrupled.
D. France underwent a series of leadership changes that prevented it from giving its colonies much attention
E. Spain abandoned most of its North American possessions in favor of building its empire in Africa.
10. ll of the following are long-term effects of the Great Awakening except
I. It led to the founding of new colleges such as Columbia, Princeton, Brown, Rutgers, and Dartmouth.
II. It led to the decline in the influence of Presbyterians, Baptists, and Methodists, and the increasing importance of Quakers, Anglicans, and Congregationalists.
III. It led to the emergence of black Protestantism.
IV. It led to the fostering of religious toleration by blurring theological differences among New Lights.
A. I and II
C. II and III
Thank you so much for your help! I honestly have gone through the notes that I have so many times and tried to look these answers up but have not found anything. I really appreciate your help!