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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. What English woman was taken captive in Lancaster?
(a) Sarah Winslow.
(b) Penelope Winslow.
(c) Alice Church.
(d) Mary Rowlandson.
2. When was Bradford's "Of Plymouth Plantation" published?
3. In December 1675, who became the leader of over 1,000 English soldiers?
(a) Josiah Winslow.
(b) James Cudworth.
(c) Benjamin Church.
(d) Samuel Moseley.
4. Who bought the Mount Hope Peninsula went it was for sale in 1680?
(a) The Sakonnets.
(b) The Narragansetts.
(c) Colonists from Plymouth.
(d) Investors from Boston.
5. What did the colonists at Wessagussett have to do in order to seek food?
(a) Use some of their precious ammunition.
(b) Trade with the Indians.
(c) Trade with the Pilgrims.
(d) Leave the safety of their fortress.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who had pledged his country's support to Philip in the fall?
2. How did the Indians cross the Bacquag River?
3. Where were the Praying Indians relocated in Chapter 14?
4. What vandalism in 1675 caused Governor Winslow to ask for assistance from the Massachusetts Bay colony?
5. When the Sakonets wished to stay out of the conflict, where did Bradford ask them to go?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why in the early 1640s did the Great Migration come to an end?
2. What evidence has been found that show the degree to which Western goods became of part of Indian life?
3. Why did Thomas Morton represent everything the Pilgrims had come to America to escape?
4. Describe the story that Church tells at the conclusion of his account of the war.
5. Describe John Eliot's missionary work with the Indians.
6. How were the Indians cut out of the New England real estate market?
7. Why did Philip want the English to draw first blood?
8. What did the New England militia find in the Pokanokets' village?
9. How did Standish kill Wituwamat and Pecksuot?
10. What process did Plymouth use to remove potentially dangerous Native men and boys?
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