Which of these countries established tight control of the native population through religion in order to get cheap labor.
Which of these are frontiers of inclusion?
The Spanish settlements
The French settlements
The Dutch settlements
The English settlements
Which of these were factors in the establishment of the British-American system of slavery?
The English rarely intermarried, and unlike other settlers generally came as families.
An abundance of land and a shortage of indentured servants
The growing european demand for colonial goods
British belief in racial and and cultural superiority
Rebellions by indentured servants
What factors contributed to New England being such a successful colony?
The puritans were a close knit and homogeneous society of like minded people
favorable environmental conditions
an export economy based on cereal crops
What factors contributed to the success of the middle colonies?
A homogenous society
An economy based on cereal crops
What factors contributed to the success of the Chesapeake colonies and North Carolina?
indentured servants and slavery
The exportation of a popular crop; tobacco
A society of like minded people
What factors contributed to the success of the British colonies on the southernmost Atlantic coast and in the West Indies?
Long growing season
an export economy based on tobacco
Competing over resources led to conflict among european rivals and between europeans and the natives.
Conflicts in Europe never spread to North America
A focus of European nations in North America was to acquire new sources of labor and produce large quantities of commodities for the European market.
The goals of europeans never diverged from those of the colonists
Conflicts between Europeans and Natives economic and social values culminated in change to both cultures
The growth of the atlantic economy created a shared labor market between Europe and the Americas
What did the British do to try to maintain control in North America when faced with internal and external challenges?
British colonies developed similar types of culture, laws and institutions
The implementation of Mercantalism