Class Notes 4- Puritan New England

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Puritan New England Thursday, August 30, 2007 9:30 AM Puritan New England In England- King Henry VIII (broke away for the Catholic church and created the  Church of England) Puritans were protestants in England, they thought the Church/society of  England was corrupt, King James I was fairly tolerant of the puritans (let  them co-exist), Charles I became king and was not nearly as tolerant and  dissolves Parliament, Archbishop William Laud was completely opposed  to the Puritan movement (negative connotations)    1. Colonies a. Plymouth, 1620 i. Separatists (Pilgrims) originally went to the Netherlands (1608) to  seek refuge, children became too Dutch and so they decided to go  somewhere else, came to know the VA company upon their return to  England and obtained a charter to journey to the Chesapeake ii. Mayflower in 1620, land at Plymouth (northern New England:  modern day Massachusetts), come up with their own form of government  since there was none because they were no longer with the VA company  (didn't land in VA!): Mayflower Compact
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