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The Middle Passage was the _____ leg of the journey in which __________ were taken to __________. A)second;slaves;west indies and southern colonies B)first;molasses and sugar;northern colonies C)third;molasses and sugar;northern colonies D)first;rum, guns, iron and cloth; africa

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  1. anonymous
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    @cbarredo1 @shamallamadingdong

  2. anonymous
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    I believe its A.

  3. shamallamadingdong
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    @markaskingalexandria1 Well witch one do you think it is

  4. anonymous
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    i agree with Reealcheyenne

  5. CBARREDO1
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    A, first they conquered their tribes and captured them, then the middle passage trade

  6. shamallamadingdong
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    Correct

  7. anonymous
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    The sermon during the Great Awakening was an example of a primary source because it was written by A)the person who spoke the words B)a member of the local goverment C)a religious man D)a person listening to the sermon

  8. anonymous
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    i think A

  9. CBARREDO1
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    C The Great Awakening was a series of religious revivals

  10. anonymous
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    wat do u think @shamallamadingdong

  11. anonymous
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    In the system of mercantilism, an example of a trade item that Great Britain would not have sold to a colony is __________. A)whale oil B)clothes C)farming tools D)guns

  12. CBARREDO1
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    D, they din't want them to have something to defend themselves with

  13. anonymous
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    D is correct

  14. shamallamadingdong
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    ^^

  15. anonymous
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    New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware are names of colonies in the _____ Colonies region. A)middle B)northern C)southern

  16. anonymous
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    nothern

  17. shamallamadingdong
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    lol nothernl

  18. CBARREDO1
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    Northern

  19. anonymous
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    In the system of mercantilism, an example of a trade item that a colony would not have sold to Great Britain is __________. A)furniture B)indigo C)iron ore D)whale oil

  20. CBARREDO1
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    B

  21. anonymous
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    Either B or C. Colonies didnt want British to make much profit off of their items, however Iron was a larger than used metal at the time.

  22. anonymous
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    *Larger than normal

  23. anonymous
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    i thought it would be b

  24. shamallamadingdong
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    Good your doing well

  25. anonymous
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    You should let us know what your input on the questions are though, so we can also base them off your inferences.

  26. shamallamadingdong
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    That is a very wise thing for you to say @Reealcheyenne

  27. anonymous
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    Why thank you, Id like to think so myself. @shamallamadingdong

  28. anonymous
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    The colonists were angry at Great Britain for creating the Proclamation Line of 1763 because they __________. A)wanted to settle on the land that great britian recieved as a result of the french and indian war B)wanted to make friends with the native americans who lived on the land won the french and indian war C)did not wont to fight another war D)did not wont british forts amd solidors on their land

  29. anonymous
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    this one i dont know

  30. CBARREDO1
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    D

  31. anonymous
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    Im thinking its A, because after the french and indian war the land was no longer theirs.

  32. anonymous
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    I could be wrong, however it forbade all settlements past the line that was made when the seven years war ended.

  33. anonymous
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    wat do u think @shamallamadingdong

  34. shamallamadingdong
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    one sec

  35. shamallamadingdong
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    well i would agree with A but just tomake sure @Jack_Prism

  36. anonymous
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    All the male colonists were required to fight in the French and Indian War. (true or false)

  37. anonymous
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    @shamallamadingdong

  38. shamallamadingdong
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    What do you think

  39. anonymous
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    True because colonists also claimed the land as their own

  40. anonymous
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    well i would say true but im not sure

  41. shamallamadingdong
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    I would agree with true but im not sure

  42. anonymous
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    Prior to french and indian war, there were many disputes about the owning of land. Among most of them the British claiming land that the King had not yet even stepped foot onto.

  43. anonymous
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    The colonies said _____ when Benjamin Franklin tried to unite them into one force to fight the Native Americans in the French and Indian War. A)yes B)maybe C)no

  44. anonymous
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    Hence Declaration of Independence. You should read some excerpts on it, because some of these questions you would know right away, because youll get more familiar on the way the British and the colonists attitudes and thought processes were towards each other.

  45. anonymous
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    A) Yes Again was also "their land"

  46. anonymous
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    After the French and Indian War, which country lost its territory in North America except for a few islands? -france -great britain -spain -portugal

  47. anonymous
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    i think its a

  48. anonymous
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    Its A definitely.

  49. anonymous
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    In return for the colonies trading only with Great Britain, the British promised that the colonies __________. A)could trade certain items with other countries B)could keep their colonial governments C)would be protected from attacks by native americans, french, and spanish D)would be allow to keep all their guns

  50. anonymous
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    I wanna say D

  51. anonymous
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    i would say d to are we right @shamallamadingdong

  52. shamallamadingdong
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    no clue

  53. anonymous
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    @speartonion

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