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3/9/11 Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay Puritanism Plymouth Squanto Massachusetts Bay Theocracy Rapid success Roger Williams Anne Hutchinson
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/9/11 English Settlement of America Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay
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Puritanism English Puritans Social Ethic
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Plymouth (1620) Puritan utopianism Separatists Financed by London merchants
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3/9/11 Squanto’s Importance to Plymouth’s Survival Guide, interpreter and diplomat Diplomat Dependable network of corn suppliers Buffers against attack
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Massachusetts Bay John Winthrop “Errand into the Wilderness” “City on a Hill”
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Theocracy Mandatory Church attendance Taxes supported the church Dissidents banished
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How does MA Bay achieve success so quickly? Families Social stability Education Harvard Northern climate
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Roger Williams Separatist Separation of church and state
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Unformatted text preview: • Founded Rhode Island (1636-1637) Anne Hutchinson • Antinomian • Direct revelations from God • Challenged female roles Pequot War (1637) • Wampum – “Indian currency” • Pequots – Dominant New England Consequences of Pequot War • Pequot Indians wiped out – Killed or enslaved (Bermuda) • English reputation for vengeance and extermination King Philip’s War (1675-1676) • Indian land seized • Vandalized frontier communities 3/9/11 King Philip’s War (1675-1676) • Great Swamp Fight • Wampanoags terrorize New England • Guerrilla war – Benjamin Church 3/9/11 King Philip’s War, 1675-1676 3/9/11 Consequences of King Philip’s War • Ended Indian resistance in New England • Colonial dominance • The Indians’ “New World” • “White Indians?”...
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