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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Bradford details the shipwreck of which vessel?
2. How many pelts were taken to England?
3. Allerton is referred to as being a _____ and unscrupulous man.
4. It was discovered afterward that the locusts had nothing to do with the deaths, that the deaths were actually caused by which of the following:
5. Instead of returning to New England with the person/object, Allerton opted to go to which British city?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who were the Undertakers? What was their job?
2. Examine the distress over the growth of the colony and how it came about.
3. What happened to Massasoit during this time?
4. What eventually happened to Weston?
5. The Pilgrims had trouble raising corn causing a shortage. Discuss Bradford's comments regarding the shortage.
6. Discuss the petition to settle the conflict between the Dutch and the French. Who was in charge of examining and approving it?
7. The people at Weston's Plantation began to suffer from lack of food. Discuss Bradford's impression of the facts.
8. Examine the conflict between the Pequot and the Narragansett.
9. Discuss the arrival of the Reverend Ralph Smith.
10. Examine the continued presence of the Dutch and trade with the Pilgrims.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Bradford was elected governor of Plymouth Plantation 33 times. Discuss in detail the leadership of the colony, the position of governor, the responsibilities, and the election process. Was there anyone else that took as much responsibility as Bradford? Explain.
Essay Topic 2
Examine the founding, purpose, methods, and duties of the Separatist movement as it relates to the traditionally accepted religions of Europe and the Church of England at large.
Essay Topic 3
After spending less than a year in Amsterdam, the Separatists had cause to move out of the city and to the town of Leyden. Discuss in detail the reasons for leaving Amsterdam. Was there one specific incident or reason for moving out of the city? If so, what was it? Was the entire group eager to go or was the decision made by a few? Were all of the Separatists in the city by that time? Why did they choose Leyden? How is Leyden described in the text? How long did the group stay in Leyden? How did the conditions compare to those in Amsterdam? What were the biggest differences? Were the Separatists more or less successful in Leyden in regards to rebuilding their church? Explain.
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