I got some questions which I’m not sure the correct answers, could you help me solve them? Thank you.
1.The Protestant Reformation and Catholic Counter-Reformation are important to understanding the European colonization of the Western Hemisphere for all of the following reasons EXCEPT
a. It made Europeans wary of imposing their fractious ways on the new people they met, so there was little effort at conversion.
b. It brought religious issues to the forefront, defining how Europeans would interact with each other in both “new” and “old” worlds.
c. The chaos, resentment, warfare, and fear engendered during the Reformation would inform European ideas of “humane” treatment of those in their power or who were considered threatening, especially those who were very different from them.
d. It caused divisions among the various European groups that would widely impact the Native Americans who sought to resist them or to develop beneficial relationships with them.
2.Which statement below best characterizes European attitudes in the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries?
a. They believed that all people, regardless of race, religion, or political affiliation, deserved the same basic human rights.
b. They believed that Europeans alone were deserving of basic human rights.
c. They were careful to treat their own people with respect and dignity, while believing that others were less deserving.
d. They behaved with terrible cruelty to anyone perceived to be outside their own group as determined by religious doctrine and theology, and national identity – and not much better to those within.
3.Religious differences between settlers in the English (later British) colonies
a. Made very little difference They were all English, after all.
b. Shaped their institutions such as educational systems, labor practices, and settlement patterns.
c. Led to outright warfare between the New England settlers and those of the southern colonies.
d. None of the above.
4.Scholars debate the numbers and percentages, but it does seem clear that the most drastic decrease in Indian population was due to
a. diseases for which the Indians had no immunity.
b. the collapse of Indian culture and falling birthrates.
c. losses in battle.
d. the destruction of Indian economies and their food supplies.
e. None of the above.
5.Which below is NOT an effect that the Atlantic slave trade had on Africa?
a. It caused the slow destruction of the existing African economic system, introducing a lasting dependence on goods imported from Europe.
b. It changed African slavery from a by-product of warfare to the reason for it.
c. It allowed developing African polities to modernize.
d. It removed at least 10 million people from Africa over 300 years, forever eliminating their potential to contribute to African societal, economic, or cultural development.
6.The term “Triangle Trade” refers to what?
a. The transport of slaves from Africa to Europe in exchange for raw materials.
b. The Atlantic portion of slave ships’ voyages from Africa to the Americas.
c. The movement of raw materials to Europe, and finished goods to Africa in exchange for slaves to be sent to the Americas.
d. The fur trade between metís French traders and Native Americans and the eventual sale of the furs in France.
e. None of the above.
7.The Stono Rebellion:
a. took place in Virginia
b. was the only successful slave revolt of the colonial era
c. was incited by a law forcing Christianity on slaves
d. came about as a result of Spanish interference
e. caused tightened controls on both slaves and free African Americans.
8.___________________ was the first staple crop developed by North American English colonists for sale in Europe. a. Sugar. b. Rice. c. Tobacco. d. Indigo e. Concrete
9.Statistically, _________________ slaves were put to work on _____________________ than anything else.
a. More, tobacco plantations
b. More, indigo and rice plantations.
c. Less, cotton plantations.
d. More, sugar plantations.
e. More, coffee.
10.Which statement below does NOT characterize the First Great Awakening?
a. An undoing of the Protestant Reformation.
b. A democratization of religion in the British colonies, bringing meaningful religion back to the the ordinary person.
c. A reaction to the cold intellectualization of religion brought on by the Age of Reason.
d. A desire for a more personal religion.
e. A movement which split colonial churches, and brought a move to convert the slaves in larger numbers than previously.
11.What below is NOT true about the French and Indian War?
a. It gave American colonists a common enemy and sense of accomplishment.
b. It was, at the root of it, a war over Empire.
c. It created comfortable relations between formerly hostile French Catholics and their Calvinist English neighbors.
d. Indians fought on both sides of the war for their own perceived interests.
e. All of the above are true