Name: ______________________________ AP US History Mr. Hallock Chapter 4 – The Bonds of Empire, 1660-1750 Identifications: After reading Chapter 4, you should be able to identify and explain the historical significance of each of the following: Stuart Restoration Charles II Dominion of New England Sir Edmond Andros Glorious Revolution William and Mary Leisler’s Rebellion John Coode King William’s War Queen Anne’s War mercantilism Navigation Acts salutary neglect Middle Passage Scots-Irish Philadelphia New York Boston Charles Town Walking Purchase Treaty James Oglethorpe Stono Rebellion New York Conspiracy of 1741 King George’s War Board of Trade John Peter Zenger Enlightenment Benjamin Franklin Deists First Great Awakening Jonathan Edwards George Whitefield New Lights vs. Old Lights Thought Questions: 1. To what extent did the American colonies exhibit equality, liberty, and selfgovernment during the period from 1700-1750? 2. What impact did the Great Awakening have on religious, social, educational, and political developments in eighteenth-century America? 3. In what ways did the imposed system of mercantilism hurt and help the mainland British colonies? 4. “In the second quarter of the eighteenth century, no American more fully embodied the Enlightenment spirit than Franklin.” Assess the validity of this statement.