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Date Created: 09/06/16
Terms and Essays for History 142 Mid-term Below are the terms and essays I will choose from for the Mid-Term exam. On the exam there will ten identifications and you will complete five. Each identification will be worth five points. There will be six essays and you will need to complete three each worth twenty points. The exam will be completed in class and you may not use any notes or study aids. Identifications: Alvar Nunez Cabez DeVaca Cortes Jacques Cartier John Smith Toleration Act of 1649 Roger Williams Anne Hutchinson Fundamental Orders of Connecticut Opechancanough Anthony Ashley Cooper Dominion of New England Triangular Trade The Enlightenment The Great Awakening French and Indian War Quartering Act Boston Massacre Yorktown Monmouth Syracuse Essays Discuss the rise and fall of the Spanish Empire in North America. Discuss the settlement of New France. Describe the settlement of Jamestown. Specifically analyze reasons for the survival and success of the colony. Discuss the general characteristics of the Tobacco colonies. Describe the general characteristics of the New England colonies. Describe the settlement of the restoration colonies in North America. Analyze the effects of the Enlightenment on colonial intellectual development between 1660-1750. Discuss the reasons for and the progress of the Navigation Acts. Include colonial reaction to the acts and the Dominion of New England. Briefly describe the culture and society of the different regions of the English colonies. Include information from primary sources. Describe the causes, course, and consequences of the French and Indian War. Compare the advantages and disadvantages of the American and British forces. Discuss the significance of the following battles Saratoga, Monmouth, and Yorktown.
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