Thomas Morton - campaign against the Massachusetts Bay Company To criticize the English cultures Interpret the source Morton reports the Indians of New

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Thomas Morton reflects on Indians in New England, 1637 1) Identify the source 2) (a) knowledge about the person or persons who produced it -Thomas Morton was a strong supporter of the Church of England. He hates the Puritans, but thinks that the Indians are nicer people as he contrasts their inhumanity to the kindness of the Indians. - He wrote the book from the viewpoint of an early American settler and criticizes the English culture. -He was viewed with hostility by other settlements. (b) the intended audience Might be the Englishmen (c) reason it was produced. -He wrote the New English Canaan while he was exiled in England, and his work was part of his

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