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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. One letter stated that Allerton had gone so far with his treachery that there was no way ____ could be repaired.
(b) The relationship.
(c) The accounts.
(d) His soul.
2. Weston made a deal with the colonist to take a number of what type of animal pelts to England?
3. The Dutch were fearful that the ____ would take away their trade if they did not get there first.
4. Once again Weston was at the head of the troubles suffered by the Pilgrims when he denied the colonists their ______.
(a) Water supply.
(c) Grant money.
5. Which person finally returned from England with cargo including cattle and letters from England?
6. One of the things Allerton was supposed to do was to hire a ____.
(b) Farm manager.
(c) Agriculture specialist.
7. Who typically sent the important communications from England?
8. The ship sank near which town?
9. At what time of year did the Dutch retreat to the fort to secure trade?
10. The man was known for being able to secure which of the following:
(c) Government appointments.
11. What was the main purpose of the ship?
12. Reverend John ____ was the first ordained minister to arrive at Plymouth Plantation
13. Weston is eventually called up on how many charges?
14. Bradford states that two of the saddest incidents during this time too place on the ______ and Connecticut Rivers.
15. The governor of the plantation attempted to handle the situation with _____, an attempt that failed.
Short Answer Questions
1. Weston's people objected not out of loyalty but out of fear of which of the following?
2. The Governor feared that the separation would bring about _____.
3. Bradford refers to this time as having "some strange and remarkable ______."
4. The author writes about _____ and locusts and the affect on the colonists.
5. Allerton had been given ____ to perform certain acts once he arrived in England.
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