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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. It was said that the men soon became corrupted and ____.
2. At what time of year did the Dutch retreat to the fort to secure trade?
3. Stone arrived in Virginia from which region?
(c) West Indies.
(d) South Pacific.
4. The man was known for being able to secure which of the following:
(a) Government appointments.
5. Who typically sent the important communications from England?
Short Answer Questions
1. Another plague swept through the area, this time throughout the Indian community. Out of 1000 Indians, approximately ___ survived.
2. Bradford comments about the ships that come to trade at the fort belonging to the:
3. Another man determined to cheat the Pilgrims was John ____.
4. Instead of returning to New England with the person/object, Allerton opted to go to which British city?
5. The "sad straits" were caused by a lack of skills in the ability to _____ their goods.
Short Essay Questions
1. Bradford talks about the letters received by Winslow, many of which held ridiculous complaints. Discuss at least some of the complaints.
2. Examine the conflict between the Pequot and the Narragansett.
3. The people at Weston's Plantation began to suffer from lack of food. Discuss Bradford's impression of the facts.
4. Discuss "The Strange Proceedings of Mr. Allerton."
5. Other than Weston, John Peirce also attempted to betray people in the colonies. Examine Peirce's actions.
6. The Pilgrims had trouble raising corn causing a shortage. Discuss Bradford's comments regarding the shortage.
7. Discuss the arrival of the Reverend Ralph Smith.
8. What was the basis of the conflict regarding trade on the Kennebec and Connecticut Rivers?
9. The Pilgrims had their share of dealing with unscrupulous men. Discuss this problem.
10. Weston continues to plague the Pilgrims with his underhanded tactics. Examine Weston's next move.
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