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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. 16 of these ships came from England and how many came from Scotland?
2. At a minimum, how many immigrants arrived in New York from Britain in the two years before the war and it is likely that another 1,300 also arrived?
3. What is the name of the vessel used in all voyages from this village?
(a) The Queen Mother.
(b) The Marlborough.
(c) The Edinburgh.
(d) The Lucia.
4. Maps were needed for the new territory. Who is appointed in the north?
(a) Samuel Holland.
(b) Gerard De Brahm.
(c) Seth Hammond.
(d) Gerry De Vane.
5. Archibald Menzies decides that he had found the perfect race of people to populate Florida. What race is this?
(a) The Hungarians.
(b) The Turks.
(c) The Greeks.
(d) The Italians.
Short Answer Questions
1. What made this form of payment difficult?
2. What is Jonas Brown's main business?
3. The beginning steps of opening the land to settlement are _________.
4. How might garrisons and roads be created?
5. In the years before the Revolution, there were at least thirty-eight colonial merchant firms dealing in what nationality of servants?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the author say about the intelligence part of this network?
2. What does the author say about Nova Scotia in the period before the American Revolution?
3. Why is the location of a servant sale important to sellers?
4. What is one way that West Florida differs from East Florida? Is this good? Why or why not?
5. What happens when Britain takes over Nova Scotia? What is the reason for this?
6. Describe the connection between the HIghlands and North Carolina.
7. What is the importance of New York during this time?
8. Who first inspected the province? What did they see?
9. What does the Register reveal about Whitby?
10. Why is a network formed between those in Great Britain and those in the American colonies?
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