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CHAPTER 3 QUIZ 2 REVIEW
� The “colonial style” of architecture � Was borrowed from Tudor England � Was a completely different style from that of Europe � Showed the influence of the American frontier � Was an open log cabin
Was borrowed from Tudor England
� An important native American food was � Rice � Coffee � Wheat � Corn
� Puritans emphasized education primarily because they wanted children to � Prepare for high-paying careers � Study the Bible � Learn self-discipline � Study the classics
Study the Bible
� In education the Middle Colonies and the South lagged behind New England because � The cities were overcrowded � Parents did not value educations � The population was scattered in rural areas � The Germans and Scotch-Irish opposed schools
The population was scattered in rural areas
� What were dame schools? � Village schools in New England � College prep schools for upperclass girls � Plantation schools in the South � Private schools run by tutors
Village schools in New England
Vi. What is another name for the colonial style of architecture?
� What city established the first public library in America?
� Charleston, S. C.
� T/F Most Southern planters lived in stately white mansions.
� T/F Alcohol was readily available in the colonies.
� T/F The American Indians introduced the potato to North Americans.
� T/F Although it improved spiritual conditions, the Protestant Reformation did not affect education.
� T/F Village schools were called dame schools because the teachers were usually widows or spinsters.
� T/F Among the three sections of the colonies, literacy was highest in the Southern Colonies.
� � � A) Williamsburg B) Hornbook C) New England Primer ___ a style of colonial architecture
� A) Williamsburg
� � � A) Williamsburg B) Hornbook C) New England Primer ___ a paddle-shaped board for reading.
� B) Hornbook
� � � A) Williamsburg B) Hornbook C) New England Primer ___ standard school text in the colonial period.
� C) New England Primer