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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. King Philip was killed on what date?
(a) August 23, 1677.
(b) August 12, 1676.
(c) November 14, 1676.
(d) May 1, 1676.

2. The white population of New England totaled about how many men of military age at the start of King Philip's War?
(a) 10,000.
(b) 16,000.
(c) 25,000.
(d) 23,000.

3. Who was held captive by the Narragansetts, though he was hanged and quartered for treason?
(a) John Hoar.
(b) James Printer.
(c) Increase Mather.
(d) Joshua Tift.

4. When Mary Rowlandson returned to Boston, she ended up encountering some Christian Indians who brought her a letter from whom?
(a) Increase Mather.
(b) James Printer.
(c) Joshua Tift.
(d) John Hoar.

5. When did Bartholomew de Las Casas die?
(a) 1598.
(b) 1548.
(c) 1602.
(d) 1566.

Short Answer Questions

1. How many weeks of captivity did Mary Rowlandson experience before being released on ransom?

2. King Philip was tracked down by colony-allied Native Americans led by Captain Benjamin Church and who of the Plymouth Colony militia?

3. What book did Jill Lepore publish in 2002?

4. To whom did Captain Church give a hand of the deceased King Philip?

5. The Mohawk people are the most easterly tribe of what confederation?

Short Essay Questions

1. What issues did the colonists have with distinguishing captured Indians, as discussed in Part Three, Bondage, Chapter 6, A Dangerous Merchandise?

2. What happened after James Printer was released from captivity, as described in Part Three, Bondage, Chapter 5, Come Go Along with Us?

3. What debate surrounded the fate of Metacom's son, as described in Part Three, Bondage, Chapter 6, A Dangerous Merchandise?

4. How does the author describe the aftermath of the war for the Indians in Part Four, Memory, Chapter 7, That Blasphemous Leviathan? What was the cause of the majority of deaths in the war?

5. How does the author describe cultural revivals among the Indians in Epilogue, The Rock?

6. How does the author describe the treatment of Philip's body in Part Four, Memory, Chapter 7, That Blasphemous Leviathan?

7. What argument did John Eliot make against Indian slavery, as discussed in Part Three, Bondage, Chapter 6, A Dangerous Merchandise?

8. How is the aftermath of the war described amongst the colonists in Part Four, Memory, Chapter 7, That Blasphemous Leviathan?

9. What did critics say of the play Metamora? Who supported the play as propaganda for Indian Removal?

10. How does the author describe Mary Rowlandson's perspective of identity in Part Three, Bondage, Chapter 5, Come Go Along with Us?

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