|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Bradford skips over some of the events, including the election of the new governor, Thomas ______, and the activities of Allerton.
2. Another plague swept through the area, this time throughout the Indian community. Out of 1000 Indians, approximately ___ survived.
3. The "sad straits" were caused by a lack of skills in the ability to _____ their goods.
4. On what date did the shipwreck occur?
(a) March 6.
(b) February 13.
(c) April 10.
(d) May 1.
5. Bradford refers to this time as having "some strange and remarkable ______."
6. The Governor feared that the separation would bring about _____.
(b) Lack of control over the people.
(c) A breakdown in Indian relations.
(d) The wrath of God.
7. The man was known for being able to secure which of the following:
(a) Government appointments.
8. In the end, Allerton ended up _____ the majority of the items that did not belong to him.
9. What was the main purpose of the ship?
10. There was a particularly large population growth in which area?
(b) Cape cod.
(c) Bay of Massachusetts.
11. The Reverend Robinson died in which year?
12. Bradford details the activities between _____ and the church.
13. The man's plan was to do which of the following:
(a) Steal food from Plymouth Plantation.
(b) Steal land from the Massachusetts.
(c) Take over the colonies.
(d) Oust Bradford as governor.
14. Weston is eventually called up on how many charges?
15. Who ordered Weston's arrest?
Short Answer Questions
1. Another man determined to cheat the Pilgrims was John ____.
2. Where was Weston sent after being convicted?
3. Plymouth Plantation flourished. People began to spread out and soon it became necessary for the people to start their own ____.
4. The majority of the letters were filled with _____.
5. One of the things Allerton was supposed to do was to hire a ____.
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