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1

Which group wanted to "purify" the Church of England?

Puritans

2

Which amendment outlawed slavery in the US?

13th

3

The first true prime minister of Great Britian, ____, was appointed by George II.

Robert Walpole

4

The _____ church was founded by John Wesley.

Methodist

5

Who was one of the first foreign missionaries to be sent out from the US?

Adoniram Judson

6

When they arrived at the New World, the Pilgrims settled at

Plymouth

7

Who is known as the "Father of American History"?

William Bradford

8

Parliament enacted the _____ to punish the colonists for the Boston Tea Party.

Intolerable Acts

9

Who began the Pietist movement?

Philipp Spener

10

The U.S.S. ______ exploded in Havana Harbor, Cuba, sparking the Spanish-American War.

Maine

11

The US acquired Louisiana from

France

12

Noah Webster is remembered as the nation's greatest

educator

13

The _______ Islands became the first great center of American missions activity.

Hawaiian

14

When the Pilgrims left England, they settled in the city of _______, Holland.

Leyden

15

The Pilgrims landed at Plymouth in

1620

16

most well-known preacher in America during the Great Awakening

George Whitefield

17

French philosopher who wrote Democracy in America

Alexis de Tocqueville

18

organized the Committees of Correspondence

Samuel Adams

19

worked to abolish slavery in the British Empire

William Wilberforce

20

American revivalist of the late 19th century

D.L. Moody

21

preached "sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"

Jonathan Edwards

22

key figure of the Second Great Awakening

Charles Finney

23

led the Union through the Civil War

Abraham Lincoln

24

first governor of the Pilgrims

John Carver

25

elected first President of the US

George Washington

26

Robert Raikes is remembered for starting

Sunday schools

27

3 famous missionaries from Great Britain

William Carey, J. Hudson Taylor, David Livingstone

28

Mercantilism measured a nation's wealth by the ____ it possessed.

amount of gold and silver

29

Who ruled Britian during the American War for Independence?

George III

30

What ended the American War for Independence?

Treaty of Paris

31

What proved too weak to govern the new US?

Articles of Confederation

32

Mexico recognized the _____ as the southern boundary of Texas.

Rio Grande River

33

Alexis de Tocqueville believed that much of America's success was due to the ____ of America.

religion

34

Francis Asbury was a famous _____

circuit-riding preacher

35

Who is known as the "Father of West African Missions"?

Lott Carey

36

The Pilgrims called their non-Separatist friends the

Stangers

37

Who was commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during American's War for Independence?

George Washington

38

What name has been given to the dumping of 340 cases of tea into a harbor?

Boston Tea Party

39

On what ship did the Pilgrims sail to the New World?

Mayflower

40

What document did the Pilgrims and Strangers sign to ensure law and order were established at Plymouth?

Mayflower Compact

41

When was the Declaration of Independence adopted?

July 4, 1776

42

In what country did Pietism begin?

Germany

43

What did American colonists call the Seven Years' War?

French & Indian War

44

What nation did the US fight in the War of 1812?

Great Britian

45

What great English preacher founded the Methodist church?

John Wesley

46

compare America's revival movements with England's great revival & describe how the revivals changed each nation.

America's first great revival was the Great Awakening. It began in the early 1700s with Jonathan Edwards. George Whitefield was an English evangelist who preached in America. America's other revival was the Second Great Awakening of the mid 1800s with Charles Finney. England's revival was the Methodist, or Wesleyan, Revival and was begun by John Wesley. Both countries experienced great freedom and blessing, sent missionaries, and began great reforms.