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Which of the following severely hindered population growth in the southern colonies? A. Only about 50 percent of children lived to adulthood in the southern colonies. B. The southern climate often made women infertile. C. The slave trade from Africa to the English colonies ended in 1700. D. Immigration to the southern colonies ended in 1720.
Weegy: C. The slave trade from Africa to the English colonies ended in 1700. User: During the Seven Years' War, Spain entered the conflict on the side of A. England. B. the colonies. C. France. D. the Native Americans. User: Which of the following was NOT a result of the Treaty of Paris? A. The British Empire stretched from India across Africa to the West Indies and North America. B. France retained control of India. C. The world map was redrawn. D. France lost its empire in North America. Weegy: C. The world map was redrawn. User: The English colonists referred to the Wampanoag leader, Metacomet, as A. Prince Henry B. Crazy Horse C. King Philip D. Sitting Bull Weegy: D. King Philip User: which group of people was brought to the Americas via the Middle Passage? A. English indentured servants B. African slaves C. unmarried English women D. inmates from debtors' prisons Weegy: African slaves were brought to the Americas via the Middle Passage. User: Which of the following is a true statement about the difference between feudal serfs and indentured servants? A. Serfs were not allowed to physically leave the land, while indentured servants could come and go as they pleased. B. Serfs worked the land for life, while an indentured servant worked it only for a contracted period of about 4-7 years. C. Serfs were not allowed to have children, while indentured servants were encouraged to have children. D. Serfs were much harder workers than indentured servants. Weegy: False. A serf might still accumulate personal property and wealth, and some serfs became wealthier than their free neighbors, although this was rare. [ [ A well-to-do serf might even be able to buy his freedom. ] ] User: How did the land-inheritance system work in the South? A. The eldest son inherited all of the land. B. The youngest son inherited all of the land. C. The eldest daughter's husband inherited all of the land. D. All of the sons split the ... (More)
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What was the famous motto that summed up General Greene's tactic of slowly wearing down his opponent? A. “we came, we saw, we conquered” B. “only in the heat of battle do we find our way” C. “we fight, we get beat, rise, and fight again” D. “only in defeat do we ever understand victory”
Weegy: we fight, we get beat, rise, and fight again? User: What classic military maneuver did General Morgan use to defeat Lieutenant Colonel Tarleton at the Battle of Cowpens? A. a double envelopment B. a center flank C. a double phalanx D. an inner flank Weegy: A. a double envelopment User: What southern city did the British take control of in 1778? A. Charleston, SC B. Richmond, VA C. Savannah, GA D. Baltimore, MA Weegy: In 1778, the British took control of Savannah, GA. User: How did the battles in the South help the American effort? A. The British were defeated in almost all of the battles. B. The Continental Army was able to recruit more men in the South. C. The Continental Army made some major territorial gains in the South. D. They did not result in any territorial gain for Britain and they exhausted British troops. Weegy: How did the battles in the South help the American effort? D. They did not result in any territorial gain for Britain and they exhausted British troops. (More)
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Which of the following men was NOT sent to France to negotiate a peace with Great Britain? A. Thomas Jefferson B. Benjamin Franklin C. John Adams D. John Jay
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Which British General surrendered at Yorktown? A. General Burgoyne B. General Cornwallis C. General Clinton D. General Greene
Weegy: Charles Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, however, instead of doing it in person, he sent Charles O'Hara to do it for him. User: Which of the following events did NOT happen around the same time as the American Revolution? A. Russo-Turkish War B. Egyptian independence from Ottoman rule C. War of Spanish Succession D. Falklands crisis Weegy: D. Falklands crisis User: What were the Spanish doing in California during the Revolution? A. establishing several Franciscan missions B. establishing a financial center for the Spanish empire C. establishing the agricultural center of the Spanish empire D. establishing an elaborate trading network with China Weegy: C. establishing the agricultural center of the Spanish empire User: Which of the following is NOT a true statement about the American victory at the Battle of Saratoga? A. It boosted American morale. B. It convinced France that the Americans could win the Revolutionary War. C. It was a major turning point in the Revolutionary War. D. It was the result of a brilliant tactical maneuver designed by General Burgoyne. Weegy: D. It was the result of a brilliant tactical maneuver designed by General Burgoyne. s NOT a true statement about the American victory at the Battle of Saratoga. User: Where was most of the American Revolution fought? A. the northern colonies B. coastal trading towns C. the southern colonies D. inland, near most farms Weegy: A. the northern colonies User: For the most part, the battles of the Revolutionary War moved in what direction? A. from east to west B. from west to east C. from north to south D. from south to north Weegy: The battles of the Revolutionary War moved C.from north to south (More)
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Which group of colonists were known as Patriots during the Revolutionary War? A. those who remained loyal to King George III B. those who wanted to join the British military C. those who wanted to put an end to all wars, including those with the French and Native Americans D. those who rebelled against England's colonial reforms
Weegy: D) Those who rebelled against England's colonial reforms were known as Patriots User: f only five colonists were killed in the Boston Massacre, why was it termed a massacre? A. People didn't understand what a massacre was then. B. The British army wanted to exaggerate the incident to citizens back in England to show how uncivilized the colonists were. C. The Boston Gazette wanted to exaggerate the incident to increase support for the anti-British cause. D. The word massacre typically means the killing of 5 to 10 individuals. Weegy: B. The British army wanted to exaggerate the incident to citizens back in England to show how uncivilized the colonists were. User: All of the following are true statements about women in America during the Revolution, EXCEPT: A. Many were left to take care of all of the farm responsibilities when their husbands went off to fight. B. Some were drafted into the Continental Army as cannon loaders. C. They were typically expected to be mothers, farmers, teachers, cooks, cleaners, cloth-weavers, and clothing-makers, as part of the average household. D. They were typically seen by most men as sensitive, weak creatures with feeble minds and gentle natures. Weegy: B. Some were drafted into the Continental Army as cannon loaders. User: What does popular sovereignty mean? A. the idea that government is created by and subject to the will of the most popular B. the idea that government is created by and subject to the will of the king C. the idea that government is created by and subject to the will of the people D. the idea that government is created by and subject to the will of the elite User: At the start of the Revolutionary War, approximately how many Americans were in favor of independence from Great Britain? A. one third B. one half C. two thirds D. three fourths Weegy: At the start of the Revolutionary War, approximately how many Americans were in favor of independence from Great Britain? A. one ... (More)
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