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Chapter 4
1. Explain the concept of mercantilism and offer examples of British trade
legislation that was designed to promote this economic policy.
2. Explain the colonial system of credit and how it impacted colonial
3. Discuss the characteristics of eighteenth-century colonial urban centers.
4. Describe the intellectual development of the colonists, including literacy rates,
the nature of popular literature, and the intellectual development of women.
5. Explain the Age of Enlightenment and its impact on colonial intellectual
1. Explain the Great Awakening and its impact on theology and religious style in
the American colonies.
2. Discuss the major trends in British colonial administration from the midseventeenth to the mid-eighteenth century.
3. Explain the impact of the Glorious revolution in 1688 on the administration of
the colonies.
4. Explain the terms actual representation and virtual representation and how
they reflected the diverging political ideologies of the colonies and Britain.
5. Describe the settlement of the backcountry and explain the social tensions that
emerged between the older, established eastern communities and the western
1. Explain Spanish expansion into North America, particularly Texas and
California. And speculate about what that expansion will mean to the colonies
as well as the future United States.
2. Describe the French movement into the Mississippi Valley and connect that
development to the future French and Indian War.
3. Explain the impact colonial wars on the Iroquois League and the importance
of the Grand Settlement of 1701.
4. Define the Albany Congress and the reasons for its successes and failures.
5. Explain the terms of the Treaty of Paris of 1763 and explain the treaty’s
potential for changing the relationship between the colonies and Britain after
the French and Indian War.