The New England Colonies

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Published on November 25, 2008

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JOHN WINTHROP •Puritan leader st.unomaha.edu/module_files/John%20Winthrop.gif •Said everyone y must work together for http://amhist.is success

MAYFLOWER VOYAGE DISSENTERS – theyy disagreed with England’s official church ffi i l h h SEPARATISITS – also disagreed, disagreed they were persecuted and mistreated by King James

Escaped to Holland, a country known for its tolerance 88.JPG views/770/13958 Later leave om/discover/prev Holland for www.dkimages.co America http://w

Since they traveled for y religious freedom, they were called PILGRIMS rd/PilgrimsLanding1.jpg geocities.com/flbradfor http://www.g

MAYFLOWER COMPACT •Agreement signed by pilgrims pact_Bradford.jpg •Established the sgiving/Mayflower_Comp p practice of self- place.com/images/Thanks government and majority rule j it l http://davidsonp

p PLYMOUTH Massachusetts , Near Cape Cod, http://www w.coolgearinc.com m/contact.html

Time” Almost half died duringg http://www.na asa.gov/images/content/174367main_jamestown-n needs-3-325.jpg first winter – “The Starving

Native Americans saved them as they shared with them hints for living from the land http://acupofjoy.files.wordpress.com/2008/01/first-thanksgiving.jpg

First Thanksgiving g g http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t45/maggie6138/firstThanksgiving.png

PURITANS People that wanted to p reform or “purify” the Church of E l d Ch h f England http://tassiofamily.com/Puritans.jpg

GREAT MIGRATION Puritans founded the city y of Boston http://www-tc.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/apocalypse/art/pic_puritans.jpg

Between 1630 and 1640 more than 20,000 settlers crossed the Atlantic Ocean http://www.schoonerman.com/Voyage-to-Virginia.JPG

CONGREGATIONS A group of p p who g p people belong to the same church

3 Core Puritan Values 1) Hard Work )

3 Core Puritan Values 2) Education )

3 Core Puritan Values 3) Representative ) p Government http://cache.viewimages.com/xc/51086230.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=03FC8F4A2C602781FEB180374CDF6F9C284831B75F48EF45

ROGER WILLIAMS Wanted f W t d four major changes n.org/images/RogerWilliams.jpg 1) Colonists had no right to take Natives’ ww.americanvision land http://ww

No one should be forced to attend church No imposing religious beliefs b li f

Separation of church and p state

Roger Williams was g banished for his ideas Left and started Rhode Island I l d p://users.erols.com/igoddard/roger01.jpg http

ANNE HUTCHINSON •Questioned church leaders and also fled •She left for S e et o New Hampshire H hi http://www.constitutioncenter.org/timeline/flash/assets/asset_upload_file378_11804.jpg

FUNDAMENTAL ORDERS OF CONNECTICUT •Conservatives moved t d to Connecticut •Wrote laws Wrote that expanded voting rights ti i ht

QUAKERS http://www.mdx.ac.uk/WWW/STUDY/Presence.jpg Women are viewed as equal in the church

blyOfQuakers.jpg humb/d/d0/400px-Assemb om/main/content/wp/en/th http://content.answers.co Quakers thought Puritan ministers were obstacles i i t b t l to the direct experience of God

TRAITS OF NEW ENGLAND SETTLERS: •Highly skilled and g y educated •Middle level of society •Most were very religious

MAJOR QUESTION Should each colony have y one, dominant, or “ t bli h d” church th t “established” h h that is funded by taxpayers? y p y

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