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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. It seemed that the people on one of the plantations were doomed from the start. Fortunately some of them were saved by which person?
2. One letter stated that Allerton had gone so far with his treachery that there was no way ____ could be repaired.
(a) His soul.
(b) The accounts.
(d) The relationship.
3. The colonists were faced with a terrible ____ that struck in the middle of August.
(b) Hail storm.
4. Stone arrived in Virginia from which region?
(a) South Pacific.
(c) West Indies.
5. The hire was supposed to cost ____ pound per month.
6. The Revered entered into a partnership with which of the following:
7. It was said that the men soon became corrupted and ____.
8. The author writes about _____ and locusts and the affect on the colonists.
9. The Dutch were fearful that the ____ would take away their trade if they did not get there first.
10. Bradford recounts the year 1623 The Sad Straits of ____'s men.
11. Bradford refers to this time as having "some strange and remarkable ______."
12. Who managed to take over Weston's ruined plantation?
13. Another man determined to cheat the Pilgrims was John ____.
14. Weston's people objected not out of loyalty but out of fear of which of the following?
(d) Loss of Indian relations.
15. Another plague swept through the area, this time throughout the Indian community. Out of 1000 Indians, approximately ___ survived.
Short Answer Questions
1. Once again Weston was at the head of the troubles suffered by the Pilgrims when he denied the colonists their ______.
2. Which person finally returned from England with cargo including cattle and letters from England?
3. Winslow went to England to attempt to settle the accounts including the issues with the White ____.
4. What was the rank of John Stone?
5. Instead of returning to New England with the person/object, Allerton opted to go to which British city?
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