Flashcards in American History I Bench 1 Deck (14):
The First Great Awakening led to ___
establishing of many splinter religious denominations like Methodists, Baptists, and Congregationalists.
The Triangular trade between Europe, America, and Africa enabled ____
an economic model of raw materials, manufactured goods, and cheap slave labor.
English settlement remained on the Eastern Seaboard because ___
the English colonists could stay better connected with the Mother Country.
______ provided a reliable labor force for the early English colonies.
John Calvin's beliefs led to ____
establishment of Puritan beliefs and the rise of Puritan settlements in New England.
The economic policy the English colonies were primarily encouraged to follow included ___
export raw materials and import finished goods from Great Britain
A Plantation economy in the Southern Colonies resulted in a large number of ___
black slaves as laborers.
Most of the colonists aboard the Mayflower arrived in America hoping for ______ freedom.
____ allowed for Great Britain to benefit from trading with the English North American Colonies.
Many early settlers to New England and the Middle Colonies left Europe to seek _____ freedom and safety.
Southern colonial settlements benefited from favorable climate and soil allowed for extensive ____ agriculture.
New England's economy was based on ____.
Ship building and fishing the ocean waters.
The Navigation Acts of 1660 benefited primarily ____.