Vincent D. Lombard  October 15, 2010
The New England Colonies
Plymouth Colony First settlement, Plymouth 1620 Founded by the Separatists (Pilgrims) Separatists, in search of religio...
The Mayflower Compact
Massachusetts Bay   The Great Migration     Between 1629 and 1640 15,000 people left      England for New England.     ...
Voting in MassachusettsBay Belong to the Church White Male 21 Years Old Own Land
King Philip’s War Metacom or King Philip and the  Wampanoag raided English towns in  New England in 1675 600 settlers ki...
Hysteria
The Salem Witch Trials 1692 Betty Parris, 9 years old, and  Abigail Williams, 11 years old, began to  have seizures. Tit...
Salem Witch Trials The Lesson of Fear or Mass Hysteria 150 People imprisoned, 26 people went  on trial, 19 people execut...
The Hanging of a Witch
Rhode Island
Roger Williams
Roger Williams Puritan Minister in Salem Ma. Banished from Massachusetts Bay due  to beliefs     Separation between chu...
Anne Hutchinson Devout Puritan Friends met at her home to discuss  sermons. Developed her own opinions. General Court ...
Anne Hutchinson
The Banishment of Anne      Hutchinson
Connecticut 1636, Thomas Hooker, a Puritan  Minister settles 100 followers at Hartford  Ct. Fundamental Orders of Connec...
Thomas Hooker
New Hampshire Originally part of Massachusetts Bay Land grant given to John Mason and Sir  Fernando Gorges in 1629. Odi...
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The new england colonies

  1. 1. Vincent D. Lombard October 15, 2010
  2. 2. The New England Colonies
  3. 3. Plymouth Colony First settlement, Plymouth 1620 Founded by the Separatists (Pilgrims) Separatists, in search of religious freedom, first traveled to Holland (The Netherlands) Left Holland for North America on the Mayflower 102 passengers of which half died in the first winter.
  4. 4. The Mayflower Compact
  5. 5. Massachusetts Bay The Great Migration  Between 1629 and 1640 15,000 people left England for New England.  Governor John Winthrop  The Puritans Governing the Colony King Philip’s War The Salem Witch Trials
  6. 6. Voting in MassachusettsBay Belong to the Church White Male 21 Years Old Own Land
  7. 7. King Philip’s War Metacom or King Philip and the Wampanoag raided English towns in New England in 1675 600 settlers killed 12 towns ruined War lasted 14 months Resulted in the enslavement of 1000 Native Americans
  8. 8. Hysteria
  9. 9. The Salem Witch Trials 1692 Betty Parris, 9 years old, and Abigail Williams, 11 years old, began to have seizures. Tituba Accusations Spectral Evidence Examination of a Witch
  10. 10. Salem Witch Trials The Lesson of Fear or Mass Hysteria 150 People imprisoned, 26 people went on trial, 19 people executed (14 Women and 5 Men), at least 5 people died in prison, 6 dogs hanged. Giles Corey pressed to death. Hysteria ended when important powerful people were accused as witches.
  11. 11. The Hanging of a Witch
  12. 12. Rhode Island
  13. 13. Roger Williams
  14. 14. Roger Williams Puritan Minister in Salem Ma. Banished from Massachusetts Bay due to beliefs  Separation between church and state  Land belongs to Native Americans and should be purchased from them  Religious toleration
  15. 15. Anne Hutchinson Devout Puritan Friends met at her home to discuss sermons. Developed her own opinions. General Court of Ma. Reacts. Trial Banishment to Rhode Island
  16. 16. Anne Hutchinson
  17. 17. The Banishment of Anne Hutchinson
  18. 18. Connecticut 1636, Thomas Hooker, a Puritan Minister settles 100 followers at Hartford Ct. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut  Gave vote to all men who were property owners including people who did not belong to the church  Limited the governor’s power
  19. 19. Thomas Hooker
  20. 20. New Hampshire Originally part of Massachusetts Bay Land grant given to John Mason and Sir Fernando Gorges in 1629. Odiorne Point near Rye settled by fisherman led by David Thompson in 1623. Strawberry Banke, 1629 Separated from Ma. In 1680.
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