This quiz focuses on commerce, religion, slavery, and war in 17th century New England.
The Atlantic trade route that connected England, America, and Africa was known as the
In 1651, the English government passed the __________________ to ensure they made profits from the colonies.
The English name given to Metacom
Which of the colonies in North America was most densely populated.
In 1675-1676, Native Americans attacked the Puritan colonies in what was called
One of the stipulations in the Navigation Acts was that tobacco, wood, and sugar could only be sold to England or its colonies.
Farming in New England was easy.
In 1692, several girls were accused of being witches and were burned at the stake in what was called
Importing and exporting goods illegally is called
In 1700, slaves made up only 2 percent of New England's population.
In 1691, a new royal charter guaranteed religious freedom for all Protestants.
People who only produce enough food to live off of are called
These two natural resources provided New England with a wealth of materials and food.
African slaves were brought to ________________ to work on sugar plantations.
Which of the following did New England export:
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