To what does the term “Restoration” refer?
- the restoration of New York to English power
- the restoration of Catholicism as the official religion of England
- the restoration of Charles II to the English throne
- the restoration of Parliamentary power in England
What was the predominant religion in Pennsylvania?
What sorts of labor systems were used in the Restoration colonies?
Which of the following represents a concern that those in England and her colonies maintained about James II?
- that he would promote the spread of Protestantism
- that he would reduce the size of the British army and navy, leaving England and her colonies vulnerable to attack
- that he would advocate for Parliament’s independence from the monarchy
- that he would institute a Catholic absolute monarchy
What was the Dominion of New England?
- James II’s overthrow of the New England colonial governments
- the consolidated New England colony James II created
- Governor Edmund Andros’s colonial government in New York
- the excise taxes New England colonists had to pay to James II
What was the outcome of the Glorious Revolution?
The Negro Act of 1740 was a reaction to ________.
- fears of a slave conspiracy in the setting of thirteen fires in New York City
- the Stono Rebellion
- the Royal African Company’s monopoly
- the growing power of maroon communities
What was the “conspiracy” of the New York Conspiracy Trials of 1741?
- American patriots conspiring to overthrow the royal government
- indentured servants conspiring to overthrow their masters
- slaves conspiring to burn down the city and take control
- Protestants conspiring to murder Catholics
What was the First Great Awakening?
- a cultural and intellectual movement that emphasized reason and science over superstition and religion
- a Protestant revival that emphasized emotional, experiential faith over book learning
- a cultural shift that promoted Christianity among slave communities
- the birth of an American identity, promoted by Benjamin Franklin
Which of the following is not a tenet of the Enlightenment?
Who were the Freemasons, and why were they significant?
What was the primary goal of Britain’s wars for empire from 1688 to 1763?
- control of North America
- control of American Indians
- greater power in Europe and the world
- defeat of Catholicism
Who were the main combatants in the French and Indian War?
- France against Indians
- Great Britain against Indians
- Great Britain against France
- Great Britain against the French and their Indian allies
What prompted the French and Indian War?