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    • Mattie, Merrill, Katherine, and Gigi
    • Geography -Bad soil for farming -relied on fish, timber, fur for profit -very cold climate  bad for farming Major Ports: -Boston -Salem
    • Founding
      • Great Britain  Americas
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      • MASSACHUSETTES - 1620
      • RHODE ISLAND- 1636
      • NEW HAMPSHIRE- 1623
      • CONNETICUT – 1636
    • The Triangular Trade Small farms The Navigation Acts Economy Mercantilism!
    • Royal Colonies- under the control of the Crown in London Charter Colonies- Self-governing, but needed to get the Crown’s approval To forming an independent colonial union The Mayflower Compact Political Structure
    • Religion in New England -Puritans migrate from England to follow own religion --family oriented -not religiously tolerant Puritans arrive by May Flower on the shore of Massachusetts bay: Plymouth-1629 England New England
    • Society in New England
      • Most radical government out of the colonies
      • English Aristocrats
      • People could buy their own property (compacted settlement)
      • Role of women is to work 
      • Meeting house holds all meetings
      • William Bradford’s Journal, “Of Plymouth Plantation
      • Born in Austerfield, England in 1590; became governor of Plymouth Colony in 1621.
      • Journal contains an account of the Pilgrims from when they settled in Holland in 1609, boarded the mayflower in 1620 and throughout their life at Plymouth until 1647.
      • Written between 1630-1647
      • The single most important source for information about the Pilgrims and colonial New England
      The Pilgrims decide to emigrate to America despite the perils and dangers : "all great & honourable actions are accompanied with great difficulties, and must be both enterprised and overcome with answerable courages. It was granted ye dangers were great, but not desperate; the difficulties were many, but not invincible. For though their were many of them likely, yet they were not cartaine;-- William Bradford
    • Important Person
      • Born in London; attended Cambridge College and joined in 1629
      • Arrived in England in 1631
      • Became a separatist- wanted separation between church and state
      • Criticized Massachusetts charter and King James I; 1635 court banned Williams from MA
      • Finds Providence, Rhode Island
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