1.How were the farms of New England colonies similar to the farms of the up country?
a. They grew rice
b. They were plantations***
c. They had short growing seasons
d. They were small subsistence farms
2.Rice grew successfully in south Carolina because slaves_____.
a. Brought rice seeds from Africa***
b. Brought tools to harvest rice from Africa
c. Knew how to export rice
3.The commons house of assembly made the south Carolina gov't more democratic by_____.
a. Separating church and state
b. Requiring all laws be approved by the council
c. Creating a jury system for legal decisions***
d. Giving the people a stronger voice in the gov't
4.Why did the relationship between the Cherokee and the south Carolinians deteriorate after governor William Henry Lyttelton replaced governor James Glen?
a. Glen's successor wanted to make slaves of the Cherokee.***
b. Glen's successor did not want to associate with the Cherokee.
c. Glen's successor tried to force the Cherokee to do what he wanted.
D. Glen's successor stopped trading with the Indians.***
5.Why were the Indians pleased with the creation of the proclamation line of 1763?
a. The line created a survey of Indian territory.***
b. The line gave Indians additional hunting ground.
c. The line reassured the Indians that white settlers would not take more land.
d. The line settled old land controversies between the Indians and the white settlers.
6.What were most of the problems between the Indians and white settlers the result of?
a. Conflicting claims over hunting areas.***
b. Differences of opinion on land ownerships.
c. Not being able to speak the same language.
d. Hostile Indians leaders who did not like the white settlers.
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