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1

Who preached "sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"?

Jonathan Edwards

2

The popular allegory Pilgrim's Progress was written by

John Bunyan

3

Who invented the seed drill?

Jethro Tull

4

Which amendment outlawed slavery in the US?

13th

5

What powerful French king called himself the "Sun King"?

Louis XIV

6

The scientist who discovered the universal law of gravitation was

Isaac Newton

7

Who wrote the famous oratorio Messiah?

Handel

8

Adoniram Judson was a famous _______ from America.

missionary

9

The English preacher _____ was America's best-known evangelist during the Great Awakening.

George Whitefield

10

Who was the Austrian "Prince of Diplomats" at the Congress of Vienna?

Prince von Metternich

11

Lord Nelson defeated Napoleon at the Battle of

Trafalgar

12

Who was perhaps the greatest writer the world has ever known?

William Shakespeare

13

The Wright brothers are remembered for developing the

airplane

14

Where did Napoleon meet his final defeat?

Waterloo

15

Who paid most of the taxes in pre-revolutionary France?

peasants

16

developed the steam locomotive

George Stephenson

17

invented the telephone

Alexander Graham Bell

18

developed the steel plow

John Deere

19

produced the Model T

Henry Ford

20

developed the internal combustion engine

Gottlieb Daimler

21

invented the steam engine

James Watt

22

perfected the steamship

Robert Fulton

23

invented the telegraph

Samuel Morse

24

developed the reaper

Cyrus McCormick

25

invented the spinning jenny

James Hargreaves

26

discovered the three laws of planetary motion

Johannes Kepler

27

The _______________ teaches that God expects all men to work

Protestant Work Ethic

28

The _____ church was founded by John Wesley

Methodist

29

Minstrels were professional _____ who wandered from town to town to perform their work.

musicians

30

French Calvinist Protestants were called

Huguenots

31

Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh were painters of the _____ movement, which stressed movement through light and color.

Impressionists

32

The Pilgrims called their non-Separatist friends the

Strangers

33

John _____ wrote Pradise Lost, the greatest poem in the English language.

Milton

34

To keep the nobles occupied, _________ built the beautiful Palace of Versailles.

Louis XIV

35

Charles Darwin published his theories of evolution in the book

The Origin of Species

36

Where did the Pilgrims first settle in the New World?

Plymouth

37

Who is the "Father of the English Hymn"?

Isaac Watts

38

Name the French castle-stronghold stormed during the French Revolution.

Bastille

39

What was the first permanent scientific society of the Modern Age?

Royal Society

40

Who was appointed commander-in-chief of the Continental Army?

George Washington

41

Who wrote the Fifth Symphony?

Ludwig van Beethoven

42

What invention by Eli Whitney revolutionized agriculture in the Southern US?

cotton gin

43

What country took the lead during the Industrial Revolution?

England

44

Name Albrecht Durer's most famous drawing

Praying Hands

45

What American President guided the Union through America's Civil War

Abraham Lincoln

46

practical application of science to industry

technology

47

belief that the stars, not God, rule the destinies of men

astrology

48

gave early government to the Pilgrim settlers

Mayflower Compact

49

French version of Parliament

Estates-General

50

a work of excellence that has stood the test of time

classic

51

middle class of France

bourgeoisie

52

ended the American War for Independence

Treaty of Paris

53

granted toleration to the Huguenots of France

Edict of Nantes

54

work was done in homes or small private shops

domestic system

55

sun-centered view of the universe

heliocentric

56

Know the following locations on the map on page 55 of your atlas

Seine River, Paris, Bay of Biscay, Geneva, Belgium, Corsica, Switzerland, Monaco, English Channel, Pyrenees Mountains