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 violat...
Essential Question
How did Roger
Williams/Anne Hutchinson
violate the beliefs and values
of the Puritan community
and wha...
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 Engla...
Why did they leave England?
The King disapproved
of Puritans and their
ideas, canceled Puritan
business charters, and
had...
The Puritans Decide to Leave
England
They believed that England
had fallen on “evil and
declining times.”
They wanted to...
Puritans and Native Americans
Fought Over Land
As more colonists
settled in New England,
they began to take over
more Nat...
Puritans and Native Americans
Fought Over Land
By 1670 nearly 45,000 settlers
were living in New England.
In 1675, Chief...
Towns and Villages Were Important in
New England Life
In the center of each
village was the common,
an open field where t...
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 thei...
Towns and Villages Were Important in
New England Life
Settlers gathered at the
meeting house for town
meetings, where the...
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...
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
The American Nation Chapter 4 section 1
The American Nation Chapter 4 section 1
The American Nation Chapter 4 section 1
The American Nation Chapter 4 section 1
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  1. 1. The American Nation Chapter 4 section 1 notes
  2. 2. “ What might make you and your family move to another country?’ Preview
  3. 3. Prior “ Why is the area we live in called New England?”
  4. 4. http://www.history.com/shows/how-the- states-got-their-shapes/videos/puritans-vs- pilgrims
  5. 5. Essential Question What were the beliefs and values of the Puritan people?
  6. 6. Essential Question How did the Puritans’ beliefs and values lead them to create a strict system of punishments for violating their laws?
  7. 7. 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?
  8. 8. Pine Cone
  9. 9. Pine Nuts
  10. 10. John Winthrop born 12 January 1587/8 died 26 March 1649
  11. 11. The Puritans Decide to Leave England Who were the Puritans? A religious group who had hoped to reform the Church of England
  12. 12. Why did they leave England? The King disapproved of Puritans and their ideas, canceled Puritan business charters, and had some Puritans jailed.
  13. 13. 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.
  14. 14. Puritans and Native Americans Fought Over Land As more colonists settled in New England, they began to take over more Native American lands.
  15. 15. 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.
  16. 16. 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.
  17. 17. Towns and Villages Were Important in New England Life Some towns became important centers of trade and shipbuilding
  18. 18. 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.
  19. 19. 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.
  20. 20. Map Myths/George Santayana "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to fulfill it"
  21. 21. 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.
  22. 22. 4-1 Similarities 3. Importance of Sabbath day 4. Town Meetings 5. Rich in natural resources.
  23. 23. 4-1 Differences 6. Massachusetts Bay Colony founded by Puritans; male members allowed to vote; powerful Governor
  24. 24. 4-1 Differences 7. Connecticut founded by discontented colonists for MBC; all male property owners could vote
  25. 25. 4-1 Differences 8. Rhode Island founded on separation of church and state with religious freedom
  26. 26. Charles I Born 1600 Died 1649 by Execution *beheaded
  27. 27. Thomas Hooker born 1586 died 1647 "epidemical sickness“
  28. 28. Roger Williams born 1603 died 1683 (Old Age)
  29. 29. Anne Hutchinson Born 1591 Died 1643 (Indian attack)
  30. 30. Metacom born 1639 Died 1676 Killed in Bristol, RI

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