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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. In the end, Allerton ended up _____ the majority of the items that did not belong to him.
2. The governor of the plantation attempted to handle the situation with _____, an attempt that failed.
3. The Pilgrims were saved, at least temporarily, when provisions arrived aboard which ship?
4. Which is not one of the issues being suffered by the people of Plymouth Plantation at this time?
5. Plymouth Plantation flourished. People began to spread out and soon it became necessary for the people to start their own ____.
Short Essay Questions
1. Other than Weston, John Peirce also attempted to betray people in the colonies. Examine Peirce's actions.
2. Examine the continued presence of the Dutch and trade with the Pilgrims.
3. Allerton became even more corrupt as time went on Discuss Allerton's actions in England.
4. Discuss Weston's actions after the failure of Weston Plantation.
5. There was a tremendous hurricane that struck the colony in the middle of August. Explain the severity of the hurricane as well as Bradford's comments.
6. Discuss the next conflict held between the Pilgrims and the French.
7. Examine the distress over the growth of the colony and how it came about.
8. Hard times continued to plague the Plymouth. Discuss the resignation of Ralph Smith.
9. The Pilgrims had their share of dealing with unscrupulous men. Discuss this problem.
10. Examine the conflict between the Pequot and the Narragansett.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Compare and contrast the following groups: Mohicans, Pequot, Narragansett, Massachusetts, Pawtuxet, Sagamore, and Catawba.
Essay Topic 2
Explain the Separatists' exodus from England to the Low Countries. Where are the Low Countries? What caused the Separatists to leave? In what city did the Separatists settle upon arriving in the country? What were the biggest obstacles? What was the collective impression of the group before leaving England? Was the impression correct? How were the Separatists greeted? Were there opportunities for the Separatists to make a living? If so, how? What was the thing about living in the new country? How did the Separatists deal with the language barrier?
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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