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Exam #1 Study Guide Ch. 1-5

by: Marina Rodriguez

Exam #1 Study Guide Ch. 1-5 History 190

Marina Rodriguez
Minnesota State University, Mankato

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a full study guide, using the topics and terms as an outline of the study guide. There is a key posted to this as well.
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History 190 Study Guide: Ch. 1-5 VIDEO 1. What was the Powhatan Confederacy? 2. What did Pocahontas famously do? 3.Who is John Smith and what did he do? 4. Who was held ransom from the tribe? 5. what became a popular crop that was used by both colonists and the natives? 6. The colony of Plymouth was once what? 7. Who is Squanto and what’s his story? 8. Who was the leader of the Wampanoag people? 9. What was the “first” thanksgiving and why do we put it in quotes? 10. What kind of person was Massasoit, how was he seen by the people? 11. What happened once Massasoit died? LECTURE 8/25, 8/30, 9/1 1. What are the three major language groups before Columbus came? 2. How do Natives view the land/world? 3. what shape is important to natives? 4. What are Native relationships like? 5. What does matrilineal mean? 6. What is a “manly hearted woman” 7. What was a barter economy? 8. what ideas made up mercantilism? 9. what kind of challenges were faced by all colonists? 10. What was the relationship between Richard Hakluyt and Queen Elizabeth I? 11. why were the English colonies more successful than Spanish and French? 12. who came? Why? Basis of economy was? Relations with natives? a. Virginia b. New England c. Pennsylvania 13. What did joint stock companies do? 14. What did the London (later Virginia) company do? 15. what are “headrights”? 16. What was the house of burgesses and what was the chain of command? 17. what was an indentured servant and what was freedom dues? 18.Why did Puritans call their town the “city on a hill”? 19. what do puritans revolve their community around? 20. Families were supposed to be a mini reflection of the greater society, what was that called? 21. how does one become a member of the half-way covenant? 22. what was the idea of the “inner light”? 23. Who is William Penn? 24. why are they called the Quakers? 25. missionaries were called what? 26. what was Pennsylvania to the colonies? 27. what was different about penn’s relationship with the natives than everyone else? 28. what type of colony were they? 29. what do the colors black and white mean to them and why? 30. what are black codes? 31. what is manumission and was it allowed? 32. which came first, slavery or racism? 33. what was bacon’s rebellion? 34. what is a sankofa? 35. what was called “Carolina gold?” LECTURE 9/6, 9/8, 9/13 1. what were some unifying qualities of the colonies? 2. what was the great awakening? 3. who were Johnathon Edwards and George Whitefield? 4.Who/what are “new lights” and “old lights”? 5. what were some results of the great awakening? 6. what was the parent-child relationship? 7. what were navigation acts? 8. goods that could only be traded with England are called what? 9. what is the difference between direct and virtual/indirect representation? 10. what is salutary neglect? 11. what is the difference of the empire of theory and the empire of fact? LECTURE 9/15 1. what’s another name for the French and Indian war? 2. what was the treaty of Paris? 3. what is power over the purse? 4. who is the father of natural rights and what are they? 5. What was Pontiac’s rebellion? 6. what did the Proclamation of 1763 do? 7. how was the proclamation line preserved? 8. what is Whig ideology? 9. sugar act was? 10. stamp act was? 11. what were the riots and the stamp act congress? 12. what was a non-importation agreement? 13. what were the sons of liberty and committees of correspondence? 14. what was the act that parliament made retaining their right to do whatever they want? 15. what are Townshend duties and what happened to them? 16. why do we put the Boston “massacre” in quotes? 17. Who is Crispus Attucks? 18. what acts were created to punish all of Massachusetts for the Boston tea party? 19. What was the Quebec act? 20. What was the job of the First Continental Congress? 21. what happened at Lexington and Concord? 22. what was the job of the second continental congress? 23. what was the Olive Branch Petition and who wrote it?


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