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Religious freedom was encouraged in the Puritan colony of Massachusetts. True False
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Exploration of the New World was encouraged by: a desire for direct trade routes by sea the rise of powerful kings who brought organization, strength, and stability to their countries the demand for exotic imports from India and the Far East all of these
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ALL OF THESE. Exploration of the New World was encouraged by: a desire for direct trade routes by sea, the rise of powerful kings who brought organization, strength, and stability to their countries, and the demand for exotic imports from India and the Far East.
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One of the deciding battles of the French and Indian War was the capture of Quebec by General: Montcalm Braddock Washington Wolfe
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One of the deciding battles of the French and Indian War was the capture of Quebec by General: Wolfe.
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