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Who was allied vs Great Britain?

French and Indians

1

What kind of community is Kahuawake Canada?

indian and european mix--bicultural/biracial

2

Who has the largest and most prosperous American Colony?

Spain

3

What is the largest population in America?

Indian America

4

How did the horse affect Indian populations?

the growing use of the horse started in the south and went north (central america -> California -> plains).

5

What religion was mandatory in the southern colonies(Chesapeake area)?

Church of England

6

What was the most ethnically diverse group and area in the colonies?

Quakers in Pennsylvania

7

What was the most important thing about everyday life and the local community in the colonies?

That they were self-sufficient

8

What ideas about colonial society were unique to British settlers?

Hate Indians because they were savages and they beat slaves to make money.

9

Why did british population grow so greatly in colonial america?

Immigration (bring anyone you want) , High fertility and low mortality, and population doubling every 20 years.

10

What kind of government did Spain and France have?

Highly centralized

11

What instilled discipline in the British colonies?

people wanted to work harder to move up in the world.

12

What is and important difference in the British economy?

Rich were at the top and poor were at the bottom ( hierarchy of money) .

13

What is Enlightenment?

natural laws

14

Who is the most famous american writer?

Benjamin Franklin

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Who did the enlightenment have the greatest effect on?

Young people

16

What is diversity?

different ethnic groups and religions .

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What did the toleration act do?

It made people(new England mostly) more tolerant towards other religions.

18

What laws do parliament pass?

Parliament passes loose immigration laws (naturalization)

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How was the church supported?

The government taxed people to support the Church of England (a state religion).