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    Their Pilgrimage at Plymouth Know: Mayflower, Myles Standish, Mayflower Compact, Plymouth, William Bradford 27.Explain the factors that contributed to the success of the Plymouth colony. The Bay Colony Bible Commonwealth Know: Puritans, Charles I, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Great Migration...
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  • Ap Us History Notes Ch 1-4
    elections, was a great leader, and helped Plymouth to survive and trade fur, fish, and lumber. 8. In 1691, Plymouth finally merged with the Massachusetts Bay Colony. III. The Bay Colony Bible Commonwealth 1. In 1629, some non-Separatist Puritans got a royal charter from England to settle in the...
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  • Notes Apush
    and weak leadership. The first English settlements. • First settlemen evert at Jamestown virginia in 1607. For nearly 30 years before, English failed to create colonies. English had mixed feeling about new world, part excitement and nationalisim created by thought of expansion other was fear of...
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  • Early Europeans
    The religious and civil conflict in England in the mid-17th century limited immigration, as well as the attention the mother country paid the fledgling American colonies. In part to provide for the defense measures England was neglecting, the Massachusetts Bay, Plymouth, Connecticut and New...
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  • The Influence of Immigration in America
    pilgrims who were the first pioneers to settle in Plymouth Rock in the bay of Massachusetts. A multitude of English puritans on a mission created the first puritan commonwealth organization around Massachusetts Bay. 1630 -1640 is well known for the Exceptional Migration period. The population of...
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  • The United States of America
    the Dominion of New England from the colonies of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Plymouth, and Connecticut (all colonies that had been derived from the original Massachusetts Bay colony), along with New York and New Jersey. The king sent Sir Edmund Andros to be royal governor of this huge...
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  • Us History
    and the Virginia Colony was that a. Virginia Colony was a commercial enterprise, whereas Massachusetts Bay was a religious enterprise b. early colonists in Massachusetts Bay were freemen and families and in Virginia they were single men and indentured servants c. there were more women in...
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     1643, 4 colonies banded together to form the New England Confederation.  It was made to defend against foes or potential foes.  The confederation consisted of only Puritan colonies - two Massachusetts colonies (the Bay Colony and small Plymouth) and two Connecticut colonies (New Haven and the...
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    did problems with the natives. Soon, Indians were either converted to Christianity or brutally killed. Colony | Year Founded | Group | Purpose | Jamestown | 1607 | Virginia Company | Procure their own food Ship anything valuable to England. | Maryland | 1634 | English...
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    arrive pre-dated the arrival of the Mayflower. [edit] Chesapeake Bay area Main articles: Jamestown, Virginia, Colony of Virginia, and Province of Maryland The 1606 grants by James I to the London and Plymouth companies. The overlapping area (yellow) was granted to both companies on the...
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  • The Thirteen Colonies
    the New England colonies, Pennsylvania from the Middle and Maryland the Southern colonies. Massachusetts has played a significant role in American history, most importantly in the lives of Puritans. In 1629 an assembly of Puritans had formed the Massachusetts Bay Company, which later received a...
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  • Apush Chapter 2 Notes
    Smith Pequot War Virginia House of Burgesses Bacon’s Rebellion John Winthrop Plymouth Plantation William Bradford Dominion of New England King Philip’s War Powhatan William Penn George & Cecilius Calvert Massachusetts Bay Company Quakers Glorious Revolution Mayflower Compact Quitrent...
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  • Us History
    helped Plymouth to survive and trade fur, fish, and lumber. 8. In 1691, Plymouth finally merged with the Massachusetts Bay Colony. III. The Bay Colony Bible Commonwealth A. Settling In 1. In 1629, some non-Separatist Puritans got a royal charter from England to settle in the New World. Secretly...
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  • Aplit
    settlers to summon an assembly known as the House of Burgesses and the establishment was the first of many miniature parliaments to flourish. All of the colonies were connected by trade and decided to permit some religious tolerance. Maryland- the Act of toleration was passed in 1694 by the local...
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  • America Pagent Study Guide
    Colony 12. Puritans 13. Massachusetts Bay Colony 14. Great Migration 15. Plymouth Bay Colony 16. Maryland 17. Connecticut 18. Rhode Island 19. Pequot War 20. Anne Hutchinson 21. Roger Williams 22. Maryland Toleration Act 23. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut 24. New Amsterdam, New York 25...
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  • Ap Us History Study Guide
    knighted for his services to Sigismund Bathory, Prince of Transylvania and his friend Mózes Székely. He was considered to have played an important part in the establishment of the first permanent English settlement in North America. He was a leader of the Virginia Colony (based at Jamestown) between...
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  • Apush
    agreement signed by the pilgrims who came over on the mayflower, to establish a government in Plymouth and be a civilized colony with all the men and women working. Massachusetts Bay Colony An English settlement on the Massachusetts bay in the 17th century, current day Boston and Salem. John Winthrop...
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  • Ch. 1-8 Vocab Terms
    victories and losses against the Americans in the American Revolution and will always be remembered as a great and powerful general. 5. Anne Hutchinson: A religious dissenter whose ideas provoked an intense religious and political crisis in the Massachusetts Bay Colony between 1636 and 1638. She...
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  • Colonial Authors
    Anglicans, who together later came to be known as the Pilgrims, Plymouth Colony was, along with Jamestown, Virginia, one of the earliest successful colonies to be founded by the English in North America and the first sizable permanent English settlement in the New England region. Aided by Squanto, a Native...
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  • Differences
    well as Catholics, which lead Maryland to grant religious freedom to all Christians. There were many more religions in the New England Colonies. In Plymouth, the Pilgrims were Protestant and simply wanted nothing to do with the Church of England. In Massachusetts Bay, the Puritans wanted to purify...
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