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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where were the Praying Indians relocated in Chapter 14?
(b) An internment camp on Deer Island.
(c) An internment camp near Boston.
(d) The Caribbean.
2. What happened to Philip's nine-year-old son?
(a) Given to the Sakonnets.
(b) Went to live in Swansea.
(c) Went to live with the Narragansetts.
(d) Sold into slavery.
3. Who were the most feared warriors in the Northeast?
(a) The Mohawks.
(b) The Narragansett.
(c) The Sakonnet.
(d) The Nipsachuck.
4. Who insisted that the Indians were the legal owners of their lands?
(a) William Bradford.
(b) Roger Williams.
(c) Thomas Morton.
(d) Roger Conant.
5. Who bought the Mount Hope Peninsula went it was for sale in 1680?
(a) Colonists from Plymouth.
(b) Investors from Boston.
(c) The Sakonnets.
(d) The Narragansetts.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who became sachem after Alexander died?
2. Who succeeded Bradford as governor?
3. Who was the settlement leader of Wessagussett in 1623?
4. What diseases afflicted the Pokanokets in 1634?
5. What did the colonists at Wessagussett have to do in order to seek food?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Thomas Morton represent everything the Pilgrims had come to America to escape?
2. What process did Plymouth use to remove potentially dangerous Native men and boys?
3. What marvelous change came upon Bradford as his health declined in May of 1657?
4. What evidence has been found that show the degree to which Western goods became of part of Indian life?
5. What did Roger Williams do when the Indians attacked Providence?
6. How did Philip resort to deception to create an alliance with the Mohawks?
7. How did Standish kill Wituwamat and Pecksuot?
8. Toward the end of the war, what did the Englishmen view as a humane alternative to death and torture?
9. Why were the Massachusetts planning to attack Wessagusett and Plymouth?
10. Who refused to forgive the Pilgrims for "the killing of those poor Indians."
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