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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which was not one of the charges filed against Weston?
(b) Ill treatment of Indians.
2. The colonists were faced with a terrible ____ that struck in the middle of August.
(a) Hail storm.
3. The conflict surrounded trading in an area that belonged to the _______Plantation.
4. It seemed that the people on one of the plantations were doomed from the start. Fortunately some of them were saved by which person?
5. The population led to an excess of corn and ____.
(b) Dairy products.
Short Answer Questions
1. It was not long until the colonists began to learn the ____ on the side of the Massachusetts.
2. In the end, Allerton ended up _____ the majority of the items that did not belong to him.
3. Bradford details the activities between _____ and the church.
4. Which is not one of the issues being suffered by the people of Plymouth Plantation at this time?
5. In 1634 this tribe started a feud with the _____.
Short Essay Questions
1. Discuss the issues the Pilgrims had with the English regarding animal pelts.
2. Allerton became even more corrupt as time went on Discuss Allerton's actions in England.
3. Examine the continued presence of the Dutch and trade with the Pilgrims.
4. Weston continues to plague the Pilgrims with his underhanded tactics. Examine Weston's next move.
5. The Pilgrims had trouble raising corn causing a shortage. Discuss Bradford's comments regarding the shortage.
6. What happened to Massasoit during this time?
7. Discuss the petition to settle the conflict between the Dutch and the French. Who was in charge of examining and approving it?
8. Discuss "The Strange Proceedings of Mr. Allerton."
9. Hard times continued to plague the Plymouth. Discuss the resignation of Ralph Smith.
10. The Pilgrims had their share of dealing with unscrupulous men. Discuss this problem.
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