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Round 1
Round 2
Final
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Colonial
Regions
Famous
Early
Colonies
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Final
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Vocabulary
Important
Documents
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Industry &
Trade
BONUS:
The First
Colonies
Round 2
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Small communities started by people
who are new to an area
(a) settlements
(b) Roanoke
(c) Separatist
(d) colonists
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(a) settlements
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Three large areas into which the
Thirteen Colonies were divided
(a) geography
(b) New England
(c) colonial regions
(d) U. S. regions
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(c) colonial regions
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The name given to goods that are
sent out of a country in
exchange for other goods
(a) industries
(b) imports
(c) exports
(d) economy
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(c) exports
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All the businesses that make one
kind of product or offer one
kind of service (Example:
Hoover makes Vacuums.)
(a) industry
(b) export
(c) import
(d) economy
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(a) industry
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The name given when goods are
brought into a country for trade
(a) export
(b) import
(c) producer
(d) economy
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(b) import
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Which of the following was the
southern-most colony?
(a) Virginia
(b) Georgia
(c) South Carolina
(d) Massachusetts
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(b) Georgia
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What was the main reason that colonists
such as the Pilgrims and Puritans
moved into the New England colonies?
(a) religious freedom
(b) to avoid paying taxes
(c) to form their own government
(d) All of the above
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(a) religious freedom
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Where did most enslaved Africans
work in the Southern Colonies?
(a) in port cities
(b) in the backcountry
(c) on plantations
(d) on ships
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(c) on plantations
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In which of the colonial regions was the
first written form of government
established?
(a) Middle Colonies
(b) Southern Colonies
(c) New England Colonies
(d) None of the above
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(c) New England Colonies
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Why was Virginia considered to be
more democratic than England?
(a) They had a group of representatives, the House of
Burgesses, who made the laws for the colony.
(b) Everyone who lived in the settlement could vote for
representatives to the House of Burgesses.
(c) All the men could be members of the House of
Burgesses.
(d) All of the above are reasons that Virginia was
considered more democratic than England.
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(a) They had a group of
representatives, the House of
Burgesses, who made the laws
for the colony.
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The town in present-day
Massachusetts that was started
for religious reasons
(a) Plymouth
(b) Jamestown
(c) Roanoke
(d) Massachusetts
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(a) Plymouth
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Which of the following does NOT
explain why Jamestown survived?
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Native Americans in the area helped the settlers.
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The old chief Powhatan died, and his brother
became chief.
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Captain John Smith was a strong leader who
demanded everyone work.
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The colony began to raise tobacco, which could be
used for trade.
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(b) The old chief Powhatan died,
and his brother became chief.
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Which of the following was NOT a
problem with the location settlers
chose to build Jamestown?
(a) The land was not good for farming.
(b) The land was rich with gold, so many people
refused to farm.
(c) The water was dirty and salty.
(d) The area swarmed with mosquitoes that
carried malaria.
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(b) The land was rich with gold,
so many people refused to farm.
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What was England’s first
PERMANENT settlement in North
America?
(a) Roanoke
(b) Plymouth
(c) New Amsterdam
(d) Jamestown
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(d) Jamestown
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Why was the first winter so hard for
the Pilgrims?
(a) Native Americans attacked them.
(b) They landed too late to plant crops.
(c) Mosquitoes multiplied because of the hot
steamy climate.
(d) They lost most of their supplies when their
ship crashed on the rocky coast.
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(b) They landed too late to plant
crops.
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What was the Mayflower Compact?
(a) A pledge of friendship the Pilgrims made with the
Native Americans.
(b) A promise by King George to help the Pilgrims.
(c) A plan of government the Pilgrims drew up.
(d) Pilgrims’ promise to grant religious freedom to
everyone in Plymouth.
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(c) A plan of government the
Pilgrims drew up.
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Which of the following primary
source documents is an example
of self-government in the Middle
Colonies?
(a) The Fundamental Orders
(b) The Mayflower Compact
(c) The Frame of Government of Pennsylvania
(d) The Pennsylvania Gazette
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(c) The Frame of Government of
Pennsylvania
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The name given to those colonists
who left the Church of England
(a) Colonists
(b) Separatists
(c) Explorers
(d) Jews
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(b) Separatists
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The name given to those who
seek religious freedom
(a) Pilgrims
(b) Colonists
(c) Separatists
(d) Settlers
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(a) Pilgrims
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How did Tisquantum help the first
colonists in New England?
(a) He led their explorations of areas
surrounding their colony.
(b) He taught them how to farm and fish in their
new home.
(c) He taught them how to speak Native
American languages.
(d) He became their ally against nearby Spanish
colonists.
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(b) He taught them how to farm
and fish in their new home.
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What was one of the main
industries in the New England
colonies?
(a) tobacco
(b) rice
(c) wheat
(d) fishing
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(d) fishing
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What activity was MOST important to
the Virginia Colony’s early
economy?
(a) fur trading
(b) fishing and whaling
(c) gold and silver mining
(d) tobacco farming
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(d) tobacco farming
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What was one advantage of the
Pilgrims building their settlement
on a bay?
(a) Land along bays is always good for farming.
(b) The location provided a defense from Native
American attacks.
(c) The location provided a harbor near the Atlantic
Ocean for easy access to shipping and trade.
(d) The Pilgrims could use the bay for fresh drinking
water.
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(c) The location provided a
harbor near the Atlantic Ocean
for easy access to shipping and
trade.
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Why was Philadelphia’s location
so important for trade in the
Middle Colonies?
(a) It was in the mountains.
(b) It was next to a large lake.
(c) It was on an island.
(d) It was on a river.
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(d) It was on a river.
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Which of the following trade rules did the
English colonies have to follow?
(a) Exports could be sent only to other English
colonies.
(b) Exports could be sent only to England or
other English colonies.
(c) Imports could be bought only from other
colonies.
(d) Imports could not be traded.
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(b) Exports could be sent only to
England or other English
colonies.
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The First Colonies
During the early 1600’s, English colonists started
establishing settlements in what we now call
America. Establishing a new settlement wasn’t
always easy. Colonists would sometimes struggle to
survive their harsh and unfamiliar environment.
A.
Explain TWO reasons why Jamestown was NOT
an ideal place to establish a colony.
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(1) Jamestown was built on a marsh. The swampy land
was not good for farming.
(2) The colonists had no interest in farming. Most came
to Jamestown to find gold and get rich. No one
bothered to plant or gather food.
(3) The water around Jamestown was dirty and salty, not
fit to drink.
(4) The mosquitoes that lived in the marshy area carried
a deadly disease, malaria. The area was unhealthy
for the colonists.
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The First Colonies
During the early 1600’s, English colonists started
establishing settlements in what we now call
America. Establishing a new settlement wasn’t
always easy. Colonists would sometimes struggle to
survive their harsh and unfamiliar environment.
B. Using information you gathered from the unit,
compare TWO of the three colonies (Jamestown,
Roanoke, and Plymouth) by listing TWO ways the
early colonies were alike and TWO ways they were
different.
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Alike:
(1) All three colonies struggled to exist.
(2) All three were British colonies settled by English settlers.
(3) The colonists of Jamestown and Plymouth both had large numbers of
colonists to die from illness the first few years.
(4) Plymouth and Jamestown colonies both succeeded with the help of
Native Americans teaching them to hunt, plant crops, and fish.
Different:
(1) Plymouth was settled for religious reasons. The colonists wanted to
have freedom to choose their own religion and worship God in their
own way. Roanoke and Jamestown both were settled by people who
came in search of natural riches like gold.
(2) The colonists of Roanoke disappeared. The colonists of Jamestown
and Plymouth went on to eventually establish successful colonies and
have friendly relations with the Native Americans in the area for a
while.
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