• Apush Chapter 3 Outline
    congregations 2. freemen annually elected for governor and assistants 3.purpose of Gov. to enforce god's laws 4. religious leaders had enormous influence in Bible Commonwealth Bay colonists somewhat exercised separation of church and state...
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  • Lame
    scholar who read Hebrew, Greek, Latin, French, and Dutch; Pilgrim leader. The Bay Colony Bible Commonwealth Charles I dismissed Parliament in 1629 and sanctioned the anti-Puritan persecutions of the reactionary Archbishop William Laud. In 1629, an energetic group of non-Separatist Puritans...
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  • American Pageant Chapter 3
    - elected 30 times as governor of the Pilgrims.   The Bay Colony Bible Commonwealth Charles I dismissed Parliament in 1629 and sanctioned the anti-Puritan persecutions of the Archbishop William Laud. In 1629, a group of non-Separatist Puritans secured a royal charter to form the Massachusetts Bay...
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    the Church of England, John Cotton immigrated to Massachusetts to escape prosecution. He is yet another example of a person trying to go against the Church of England. 12. Sir Edmund Andros- As a military leader, Sir Edmond Andrews despised the Church of England. Along with this, Andros was also a...
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  • The Protestant Reformation
    one of his major worries was that the non-Puritans settlers might corrupt his godly experiment in the wilderness. Bay Colony Bible Commonwealth-1630 The separatist Pilgrim was dedicated to extremist the purest Puritans. More moderate Puritan sought to reform the Church of...
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  • Chapter 3
    elections, was a great leader, and helped Plymouth to survive and trade fur, fish, and lumber. In 1691, Plymouth finally merged with the Massachusetts Bay Colony. III. The Bay Colony Bible Commonwealth In 1629, some non-Separatist Puritans got a royal charter from England to settle in the New World...
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  • Apush Notes
    harvests, though, and the first Thanksgiving was celebrated that year. William Bradford, chosen governor of Plymouth 30 times in the annual elections, was a great leader, and helped Plymouth to survive and trade fur, fish, and lumber. In 1691, Plymouth finally merged with the Massachusetts Bay Colony...
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  • The Hill Chronicles
    England, the Puritans established the Massachusetts Bay Colony in a town they named Boston. Life was hard, but in this stern and unforgiving place they were free to worship as they chose. The Bible was central to their worship. Their church services were simple. The organ and all musical instruments...
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  • In What Ways Did the Ideas and Values Held by Puritans Influence the Political, Economic, and Social Development of the New England Colonies from 1630 Through the 1660's?
    . • believed they were undertaking God’s work (covenant); • wanted to establish Massachusetts Bay as an example of how to purify the Anglican Church; • wanted to establish a Bible Commonwealth (quasi-theocracy/theocracy); • emphasized cooperation and community over the individual...
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  • Protestant
    , nonbelievers as well as believers paid taxes for the supported church 4.     Religious leaders wielded enormous influence in the MassachusettsBible Commonwealth” as part of the government-supported church a.     Religious leaders influenced admission to church membership, by conducting public...
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  • Early American History - Early English Settlement Up Until the Salem Witch Trials
    – Puritanism -Too catholic in England -Looks very Roman – wanted far from Roman culture -Covenant -John Winthrop, “A Model of Christian Charity.” 1630 -Massachusetts Bay leader -At end of 1621, first thanksgiving after harvesting. -Massaddoit – leader of Wampanoag -1630, John Winthrop...
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  • Calvinism
    American colony and the future Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Objectives: 1. E 2. The trouble with bible commonwealth was that tensions arose in Massachusetts, and quakers were fined, flogged and or banished. 3. The Rhode Island “sewer” was when People went against puritism, and...
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  • The Puritan Story
    The puritan story was a story of many things; from the landing of the first group of puritans in New England, to the formation and trouble of the bay colony bible commonwealth, to the puritans versus Indians, ending with the New England family. This story wouldn’t be anything without the help of...
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  • Puritans Are...
    Pilgrims, who in 1620 founded Plymouth Colony. Ten years later, under the auspices of the Massachusetts Bay Company, the first major Puritan migration to New England took place. The Puritans brought strong religious impulses to bear in all colonies north of Virginia, but New England was their stronghold...
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  • APUSH chapter 3 vocab
    sent to Amsterdam then migrate to New World, Set up Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay Colony. 48. Bible Commonwealth Name for Bay Colony, Quakers cause religious indifferences they are punished and hung Anne Hutchinson preaches antinomianism and is banished. Roger Williams speaks out against...
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  • Puritans
    finally arrived in New England, they established the Massachusetts Bay Colony in a town they named Boston. Life was hard for them, but they were free to worship as they chose. The bible was central to their worship. During their church services, all musical instruments were forbidden. The Puritans...
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  • Paper
    Hutchinson was tried by the General Court for troubling the peace of the commonwealth and the church, holding a meeting that was condemned by the church, and associating with censured members of the colony. After being found guilty, she was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Anne Hutchinson was...
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  • chapter 1-4 ap us notes
    survived. In 1621, there was the first Thanksgiving Day in New England. William Bradford- elected 30 times as governor of the Pilgrims in the annual elections; a self-taught scholar who read Hebrew, Greek, Latin, French, and Dutch; Pilgrim leader.   The Bay Colony Bible Commonwealth Charles I...
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  • Notes for Social Studies
    .) * Religion is important… Called Massachusetts the “Bible Commonwealth”. * 2 Dissenters: (a) Anne Hutchinson (Spoke out against church -> banished.) (b) Roger Williams (Changes MBC to separate from church -> banished and he forms Rhode Island.) 2. Rhode...
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  • Civil War
    For immigrants and new citizens, there are several important events, people, and ideas that should be learned. The Puritan colony in Massachusetts Bay, the conflict in the colony that led to the establishment of Rhode Island, the French and Indian War, the move west, and the Civil war are all key...
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