Compare And Contrast Anne Hutchinson's Doctrine Antinomianism

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History 7A: Midterm Study Questions: Fall 2011 True or False Questions: These are taken from the Divine textbook and the Annual Editions textbook. Some will be eliminated. (F) 1. Cahokia, a huge fortification and ceremonial site in Illinois represented the greatest achievement of the Anasazi peoples. (F) 2. Twenty thousand years ago, the earth’s climate was considerably warmer than it is today. (T) 3. The peoples living in the Southwest acquired cultivation skills long before the bands living along the Atlantic coast. (F) 4. About five million Indians lived along the Atlantic coast at the time of conquest. (F) 5. Elaborate human sacrifice associated with Montezumal, the Aztec sun god, horrified Europeans.…show more content…
James I granted a chart for Maryland because he wanted to halt the southward spread of Dutch influence from New Netherland. (T) 34. Never a prosperous colony, in 1691, Plymouth was absorbed into its thriving, larger neighbor, Massachusetts Bay. (F) 35. Martin Luther was the founder of Pennsylvania. (T) 36. The Pilgrims were humble English farmers. (T) 37. John Winthrop opposed Anne Hutchinson’s doctrine of antinomianism. (T) 38. Roger Williams bought a tract of land from the Narragansett Indians and founded the Providence settlement in Rhode Island. (F) 39. Rhode Island was founded in 1621. ( F) 40. The English forced the Quakers in Massachusetts to convert to Catholicism. (T) 41. Most of the early settlers of Pennsylvania were Quakers. (F) 42. Rice, indigo, and naval stores were the major exports of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. (T) 43. Slavery and rum were initially prohibited in Georgia. (T) 44. The English Civil War increased the migration to New England. (T) 45. New England may have been one of the first societies in recorded history in which a person could reasonably anticipate knowing his or her grandchildren. (F) 46. The literacy rate for women in New England was impressive for the…show more content…
In British North America, conversion to Chrisianity freed blacks from bondage. (F) 55. During the eighteenth century, most Scots-Irish immigrants landed initially in Georgia. (T) 56. The Navigation Act of 1660 was the most important piece of imperial legislation drafted before the American Revolution. (F) 57. John Smith hung Nathaniel Bacon after the failure of his rebellion. (T) 58. In proportion to population, King Phillip’s War inflicted greater casualties upon the people than any other war in our history. (F) 59. Between 1718 and 1775, Parliament allowed the courts to send approximately three hundred thousand convicts across the Atlantic. (T) 60. The Tea Act of 1773 was designed to save the floundering East India Company. (F) 61. California figured prominently in Spain’s plans for the New World. (F) 62. Fifty percent of eighteenth century Americans lived in the five largest cities. (F) 63. The greatest of the American Enlightenment experimenters was Sir Walter Raleigh . (F) 64. The Great Awakening began in South Carolina. (F) 65. The best known figure of the Great Awakening was William Penn (F) 66. The English constitution incorporated four distinct

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