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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where was Weston sent after being convicted?
(b) New York.
2. 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.
3. The Governor feared that the separation would bring about _____.
(a) The wrath of God.
(b) A breakdown in Indian relations.
(d) Lack of control over the people.
4. How many pelts were taken to England?
5. The man's plan was to do which of the following:
(a) Take over the colonies.
(b) Steal land from the Massachusetts.
(c) Oust Bradford as governor.
(d) Steal food from Plymouth Plantation.
6. It was not long until the colonists began to learn the ____ on the side of the Massachusetts.
7. At what time of year did the Dutch retreat to the fort to secure trade?
8. Winslow went to England to attempt to settle the accounts including the issues with the White ____.
9. The ____ tribe was well known for having feuds with its neighbors.
10. Despite the man's trickery Bradford was still considered to be a savvy ____.
11. Which of the following disguised himself to trick Bradford into helping his bleak situation?
12. Once again Weston was at the head of the troubles suffered by the Pilgrims when he denied the colonists their ______.
(b) Water supply.
(c) Grant money.
13. In 1634 this tribe started a feud with the _____.
14. The Revered entered into a partnership with which of the following:
15. The "sad straits" were caused by a lack of skills in the ability to _____ their goods.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Reverend Robinson died in which year?
2. What was the rank of John Stone?
3. On what date did the shipwreck occur?
4. There was a particularly large population growth in which area?
5. One letter stated that Allerton had gone so far with his treachery that there was no way ____ could be repaired.
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