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Which crop saved Jamestown?

Which crop saved Jamestown?

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Which crop saved Jamestown?

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  1. Which crop saved Jamestown? • Tobacco • Corn • Rice • indigo

  2. Which of the following is an example of a joint-stock company? A.The Roanoke Company B. The England Company C. The Drake Company D. The Virginia Company

  3. What cleared the way for England to start colonies in North America? A.Drake’s raids on Spain B. Drakes Knighthood C.Defeat of the Spanish Armada D. England declared war on Spain

  4. Protestants who wanted to reform the Anglican Church were called A.Separatists B. Puritans C. Catholics D. Protestant Reformers

  5. The Mayflower Compact was written by the Plymouth colonist as a • Law and order contract • Religious loyalty contract • Pledge to Native Americans • Pledge to the other colonies

  6. The Pilgrims survived in Plymouth because of the help of • King James II • Captain John Smith • The Anglican Church • Squanto and Samoset

  7. The first written constitution in America was the • Virginia Compact • Plymouth Pledge • Fundamental Orders of Connecticut • Mayflower Compact

  8. Where was the first place in America where religious tolerance was practiced • Plymouth • Rhode Island • Cape Cod • Boston

  9. Which of the following was once a Dutch colony? • New Jersey • Rhode Island • Philadelphia • New York City

  10. Which of the following was named after an island in the English Channel • Pennsylvania • Delaware • New Jersey • New Amsterdam

  11. America’s first town planner • William Penn • Peter Stuyvesant • Oliver Cromwell • Sir George Carteret

  12. The southernmost part of Pennsylvania was once called • Little Sweden • New Amsterdam • Southern Pennsylvania • Three Lower Counties