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    • The American Nation Chapter 4 section 1 notes
    • “ What might make you and your family move to another country?’ Preview
    • Prior “ Why is the area we live in called New England?”
    • http://www.history.com/shows/how-the- states-got-their-shapes/videos/puritans-vs- pilgrims
    • Essential Question What were the beliefs and values of the Puritan people?
    • Essential Question How did the Puritans’ beliefs and values lead them to create a strict system of punishments for violating their laws?
    • Essential Question How did Roger Williams/Anne Hutchinson violate the beliefs and values of the Puritan community and what was the Puritans’ response to their actions?
    • Pine Cone
    • Pine Nuts
    • John Winthrop born 12 January 1587/8 died 26 March 1649
    • The Puritans Decide to Leave England Who were the Puritans? A religious group who had hoped to reform the Church of England
    • Why did they leave England? The King disapproved of Puritans and their ideas, canceled Puritan business charters, and had some Puritans jailed.
    • The Puritans Decide to Leave England They believed that England had fallen on “evil and declining times.” They wanted to build a new society based on Biblical laws and teachings.
    • Puritans and Native Americans Fought Over Land As more colonists settled in New England, they began to take over more Native American lands.
    • Puritans and Native Americans Fought Over Land By 1670 nearly 45,000 settlers were living in New England. In 1675, Chief Metacom and the Wampanog Indians destroyed 12 towns and killed more than 600 settlers.
    • Towns and Villages Were Important in New England Life In the center of each village was the common, an open field where the settlers’ cattle grazed.
    • Towns and Villages Were Important in New England Life Some towns became important centers of trade and shipbuilding
    • Towns and Villages Were Important in New England Life The Puritans worshiped in the village meeting house. They took their Sabbath, or holy day of rest, seriously.
    • Towns and Villages Were Important in New England Life Settlers gathered at the meeting house for town meetings, where they discussed and voted on issues.
    • Map Myths/George Santayana "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to fulfill it"
    • Chapter 4 section 1 Similarities 1. Founded by settlers seeking religious freedom 2. Peaceful relations with Indians at first/hostility after more land was taken.
    • 4-1 Similarities 3. Importance of Sabbath day 4. Town Meetings 5. Rich in natural resources.
    • 4-1 Differences 6. Massachusetts Bay Colony founded by Puritans; male members allowed to vote; powerful Governor
    • 4-1 Differences 7. Connecticut founded by discontented colonists for MBC; all male property owners could vote
    • 4-1 Differences 8. Rhode Island founded on separation of church and state with religious freedom
    • Charles I Born 1600 Died 1649 by Execution *beheaded
    • Thomas Hooker born 1586 died 1647 "epidemical sickness“
    • Roger Williams born 1603 died 1683 (Old Age)
    • Anne Hutchinson Born 1591 Died 1643 (Indian attack)
    • Metacom born 1639 Died 1676 Killed in Bristol, RI