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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Bradford details the shipwreck of which vessel?
(b) Edmund Fitzgerald.
(c) Little James.
2. As a result of their weaknesses the colonists began to die from which of the folliowing:
3. Stone managed to get the governor of Virginia drunk and ended up absconding with _____ pounds worth of provisions.
4. The man was the founder of which colony?
(a) Rhode Island.
(d) New York.
5. It seemed that the people on one of the plantations were doomed from the start. Fortunately some of them were saved by which person?
6. The Reverend Robinson died in which year?
7. Bradford details the trade activities that took place on which river:
8. The ____ tribe was well known for having feuds with its neighbors.
9. Who managed to take over Weston's ruined plantation?
10. It was said that the men soon became corrupted and ____.
11. Weston made a deal with the colonist to take a number of what type of animal pelts to England?
12. It was at this time Bradford learned about the illness of which person?
13. Conflict over the trade took place between which two tribes?
(a) Massachusetts and Pequot.
(b) Mohicans and Seneca.
(c) Pequot and Mohicans.
(d) Seneca and Iriquois.
14. Allerton had been given ____ to perform certain acts once he arrived in England.
(a) 1500 pounds.
(b) 2000 pounds.
(c) 800 pounds.
(d) 1000 pounds.
15. Bradford recounts the year 1623 The Sad Straits of ____'s men.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who ordered Weston's arrest?
2. The hire was supposed to cost ____ pound per month.
3. Once again Weston was at the head of the troubles suffered by the Pilgrims when he denied the colonists their ______.
4. Which of the following disguised himself to trick Bradford into helping his bleak situation?
5. Bradford states that two of the saddest incidents during this time too place on the ______ and Connecticut Rivers.
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