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Puritan New England

Puritan New England

Puritan New England The World of the Puritans Who were the Puritans? Religious “dissenters” Protestant Reformation spreads to England in the 1530s Church of England (Anglican Church) formed Puritans want Church of England to eliminate all traces of Catholicism

By Rita
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The New England Colonies

The New England Colonies

The New England Colonies Grade 5 Social Studies Chapter 8 Vocabulary covenant An agreement The Puritans hoped that God would enter into a covenant If the Puritan colony grew and was successful, the Puritans would conclude that God did indeed favor them as a chosen people meetinghouse

By lotus
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Chapter 4 Part I

Chapter 4 Part I

Chapter 4 Part I. Georgia In Transition. New England Colonies, Part I. New England Colonies, Part II. New England colonies made up of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire Land was rocky and the soil poor, most farms were small and difficult to work

By medwin
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The New England Colonies (Commerce and Religion)

The New England Colonies (Commerce and Religion)

The New England Colonies (Commerce and Religion). Main Idea-Fishing and trade contributed to the growth and prosperity of the New England Colonies. Why the New England Colonial Region is Distinct. Long winters and rocky soil.

By niveditha
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New England: Commerce and Religion

New England: Commerce and Religion

New England: Commerce and Religion. By: Taylor Troyan. New England Colonies. New England: Commerce and Religion. Main Idea – Fishing and trade contributed to the growth and prosperity of the New England Colonies.

By raechel
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13 Colonies Comparison Chart

13 Colonies Comparison Chart

13 Colonies Comparison Chart. New England Colonies. New England Colonies. Massachusetts. Landing at Plymouth Rock. Massachusetts Founded: 1620 By the Pilgrims Why? Escape harsh treatment from the English (Religious Freedom). New England Colonies. Rhode Island. Roger Williams.

By helki
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The New England Colonies

The New England Colonies

The New England Colonies. The Pilgrims of Plymouth. 1620 arrive in Massachusetts 102 Separatists from England, Purest of the Puritans, led by William Bradford Wanted religious freedom (worship god in their own way) Wanted economic opportunity. The Mayflower Compact.

By vittorio
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Busy Farms and Seaports

Busy Farms and Seaports

Busy Farms and Seaports. Unit 3, Chapter 6, Lesson 3 Pages 240 – 245. OBJECTIVES. Explain why people chose to settle in the Middle Colonies Understand the types of jobs and businesses that people had in the Middle Colonies. RICH FARMLANDS. Middle Colonies  very fertile soil

By kevina
(485 views)

Grade 5 Unit 1 Short Cycle Review

Grade 5 Unit 1 Short Cycle Review

Jeopardy. Grade 5 Unit 1 Short Cycle Review. Geographic Characteristics. Thirteen Colonies. Colonial Economy. Colonial Resources. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. Row 1, Col 1. What is Kentucky?.

By svea
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Chapter 2 – The English Colonies

Chapter 2 – The English Colonies

Chapter 2 – The English Colonies. Section Notes. Video. The Southern Colonies The New England Colonies The Middle Colonies Life in the English Colonies Conflict in the Colonies. English Settlement in North America. Maps. Jamestown Colony Early Slave Populations Plymouth Colony

By sora
(171 views)

Alabama High School Graduation Exam

Alabama High School Graduation Exam

Alabama High School Graduation Exam. Objective 1 America’s exploration, development and divergence Pre-Colonial and Colonial America. Standard 1: Pre-colonial and Colonial Eras.

By francis
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Geography of the Colonies

Geography of the Colonies

Geography of the Colonies. Regions. Click on a region to learn more. Click here when you are finished. New England. Rhode Island Massachusetts New Hampshire. Click to learn more. Characteristics of New England Colonies. Reason for settlement Keep family together Religious freedom

By tomas
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The Witch of Blackbird Pond

The Witch of Blackbird Pond

The Witch of Blackbird Pond. The Early Colonies and Slavery By: Iris Tobar & Cassie Conk. *Table of Contents*. Title of Slide Slide # *The 13 Colonies…………………………………………………1

By magee
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Intro .2

Intro .2

Intro .2. NEW ENGLAND. COLONIES . MR LANGHORST. JOHN WINTHROP Puritan leader Said everyone must work together for success. MAYFLOWER VOYAGE DISSENTERS – they disagreed with England’s official chruch. SEPARATISITS – also disagreed, they were persecuted and mistreated by King James.

By eithne
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13 Original Colonies

13 Original Colonies

13 Original Colonies. 1624- Virginia. Founded by London Company It provided a source of fertile land and great wealth to England because of tobacco. 1620-Massachusetts . Founded by the Puritans (Pilgrims)

By ghazi
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PURITANISM

PURITANISM

PURITANISM. BY: Kinsey Cannon Henson 4th. Daily Routine. Practice private devotions to God as soon as they wake up Family prayers which includes scripture and catechizing of their children and servants Kept a spiritual diary to account the graces of the day and give thanks to God

By zubaida
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Travel Back in Time to Colonial America: Make a Mag !

Travel Back in Time to Colonial America: Make a Mag !

Travel Back in Time to Colonial America: Make a Mag !. A Fourth Grade Webquest Created By: Jennifer Murdoch, Jennifer Leach, and Sarah Ray. Overview.

By una
(176 views)

Mr. Levine’s Big Daddy Review

Mr. Levine’s Big Daddy Review

Mr. Levine’s Big Daddy Review. Part One The Seventh Grade. Question 1. Which geographic feature contributed most to the development of commerce throughout North America? Mountains Grasslands Natural harbors Interior lakes. Answer. The answer is C-natural harbors.

By idalia
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Chapter 3 Colonial America

Chapter 3 Colonial America

Chapter 3 Colonial America. Section 2 New England Colonies. Section 2-Polling Question. A B. Have you and a friend ever disagreed so much on an issue that you considered ending your friendship? A. Yes B. No. Essential Question.

By eli
(136 views)

The Thirteen Colonies

The Thirteen Colonies

The Thirteen Colonies. Before the United States looked like this…. The United States looked like this…. Europe.

By bond
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