Bell Ringer Date: September 23rd, 2015 1) Copy down the homework in your agenda. Its due tomorrow. 2) Take out a blank sheet of paper. Label it Chapter 3 Review. Divide the paper into three columns Number and write #1-30 down the 1st column Number and write 1-10 down the 2nd column Number and write 1-13 down` the 3rd column Review Chapter 3 1) What were the first colonists looking for when they first arrived in North America? A) Spices and Gold B) Gold and Silver C) Tobacco and Silver D) Tobacco and Gold Review Chapter 3 2) What were the names of the first colonies of North America? A) Chesapeake, Roanoke, Jamestown B) Quebec, Jamestown Plymouth C) Georgetown, Roanoke, Plymouth D) Roanoke, Jamestown, Plymouth Review Chapter 3 3) Why was the Mayflower compact a turning point in Colonial Settlement? A) It was the first document in which colonists claimed a right to govern themselves. B) It stated colonists had a right to start their own country. C) It was the first document in which colonists claimed a right to practice any religion. D) It stated they could make treaties with other natives and countries. Review Chapter 3 4) How was John Smith such a heroic figure in the first colony of Jamestown? A) He fought away all natives around the area. B) He helped set up the colony for success with food and shelter. C) He made Tobacco a cash crop. D) He brought medicine for the sick. Review Chapter 3 5) What cash crop did the first settlers realize they had? A) Spices and Gold B) Tobacco C) Corn and Squash D) Turkey and Maize Review Chapter 3 6) Why was the House of Burgesses important? A) It marked the start of a form of total rule government. B) It marked the start of democratic government in North America. C) It marked the start the colonist having assemblies. D) It marked the start of representative government in North America. Review Chapter 3 7) How did the Pilgrim’s experiences in England affect the government they established in the Plymouth Colony? A) The government allowed them the right to create treaties with natives. B) The government allowed them the right to practice religious freedom. C) The government allowed them the right to sell Tabaco to England. D) It marked the start of representative government in North America. Review Chapter 3 8) The Pilgrims who came to North America in 1620 were also known as a. Separatists b. Puritans c. Quakers. d. Royalists Review Chapter 3 9) Which colony began as a Dutch settlement? a. New Jersey b. New York c. Pennsylvania d. Delaware Review Chapter 3 10) Which best describes the climate of the southern colonies? a. warm and dry b. warm and humid c. cold and dry d. cold and wet Review Chapter 3 11) What is another name for the border between Maryland and Pennsylvania that was established in the 1760s? a. the Act of Toleration line b. the Mason-Dixon line c. the Plantation line d. the Survey line Review Chapter 3 “We must consider that we shall be as a City upon a Hill. The eyes of all people are upon us.” — John Winthrop, “A Model of 12) What is another way to express the main idea of this quote? a. We must provide a good example to others. b. We will build our city on the highest land we can find. c. Most people do not like our way of life Christian Charity,” 1630 Review Chapter 3 13) Which of the following was the first European settlement in the present-day United States? a. the Tumacácori Mission b. Fort Augustine c. St. Augustine Review Chapter 3 14) Powhatan turned against the Jamestown settlers because a. the settlers raided Native American villages for food. b. John Smith married a Native American woman. c. John Smith forced Native Americans to work for their food. Review Chapter 3 15) What is the earliest example of representative democracy in what is now the United States? a. the Plymouth Colony b. the Mayflower Compact c. Virginia’s House of Burgesses Review Chapter 3 16) James Oglethorpe wanted a colony in which a. debtors would be imprisoned. b. Spaniards would settle. c. Charles Town could be established. d. debtors would be protected.