Test: SAT II US History


Which of the following were results of Bacon's Rebellion (1676)?

Catholicism became more widely tolerated in the colonies, and abolitionist groups started gaining influence.

Tobacco became the main cash crop of Virginia, and Britain took control of New York, Boston, and Charleston.

A shift from indentured servant labor in the southern colonies to slavery, and an increase in British control and influence in the colonies.

Voting rights were expanded to non-landowning men, and the first colonial militia was formed.

Less women decided to move to the colonies, and the Native Americans gained land back from the colonists.

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