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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. To find the types of workers that were needed, merchants and their agents relied on public notifications. What are important focuses of these notifications?
(a) Theatrical houses.
(b) Opera houses.
(d) Public houses.
2. Who is appointed in the south to create a map?
(a) Gerard De Brahm.
(b) Samuel Holland.
(c) Seth Hammond.
(d) Gerry De Vane.
3. Describe the Gulf shore.
(a) Wooded and hilly.
(b) Sandy, yet fertile.
(c) Sandy and infertile.
(d) Mineral rich soil and fertile.
4. During the years in question, how many huge areas of land were claimed by the colony of New York and were opened to settlement?
5. The population of this colony and surrounding islands, although small, is what?
(a) Mostly Micmac.
(b) Mostly French.
(c) Ethnically diverse.
(d) Ethnically typical of other colonies.
Short Answer Questions
1. What other location would sellers avoid?
2. The Register documents how many emigrant voyages from this village, containing 155 emigrants, in total?
3. The first settlers into the new British territory began in what year?
4. What is the most common form of payment?
5. When is there a wild land boom in Nova Scotia?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Register record about the major part of migration and and the migration of families?
2. What happens when Britain takes over Nova Scotia? What is the reason for this?
3. How are servants paid?
4. What takes place in the early 1760s?
5. What does the author say about East Florida?
6. Why is the location of a servant sale important to buyers?
7. How are indentured servants often sold?
8. What is extraordinary about the cases that have been examined?
9. How else do merchants recruit workers?
10. Why is a network formed between those in Great Britain and those in the American colonies?
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