What religious turmoil in the Old World resulted in the little colony of Plymouth in the New World?
The religious turmoil in the Old World that resulted in Plymouth was the Protestant Reformation. This created a branch of protestantism called puritanism. The dutch puritans wanted to escape so they asked the King for a charter and started Plymouth in the New World.
Why was the initial and subsequent colonization of the Massachusetts Bay Colony more successful than Plymouth?
The initial colonization in Massachusetts Bay Colony was more successful than Plymouth due to the location of the colonies and geography of the colonies. In addition, the subsequent colonization of the Bay Colony was more successful because of the destruction...
Also, Plymouth founded a government whose main law was majority rule, which is also a huge concept of the voting system currently. The New England Confederation allowed for the settlers to fight off the indigenous people, allowing them to exist. In addition, the contributions from the Dominion of New England were the people first becoming angry over not being able to hold a part in their government, which created the seeds for the later fight for independence and the government we know today. The Glorious Revolution free the people from the Dominion of New England, which allowed them to then rule as they wished.
What role did religious intolerance play in the founding of New England colonies other than Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay and in the founding of some middle colonies?
Religious intolerance played a role in the creation of New Haven by prompting puritans to want to escape England and settle in the New World. In addition, Quakers played a huge role in Pennsylvania. The founder, William Penn, wanted to create an asylum for individuals you were being prosecuted and a place where liberal ideas could be...
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