Chapter 3 Study Guide (ANSWER KEY)

Chapter 3 Study - Heaton Mitchell T Heaton Father Joel Rippinger O.S.B A.P U.S History 31 August 2010 Chapter 3 Study Guide(ANSWER KEY_religious

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Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Father Joel Rippinger, O.S.B. A.P. U.S. History 31 August 2010 Chapter 3 Study Guide (ANSWER KEY) __ religious devotion ______________________ As opposed to tobacco in the south, what shaped the earliest settlements of the north? _ 1517 _____ __ Wittenberg’s Cathedral_ ____ In what year did Martin Luther pin protests against the door of a cathedral? What Cathedral? _ Calvinism __ _ John Calvin _______ What is defined as, “the dominant theological credo of the New England Puritans based on the teaching that only the “elect” were destined for salvation? Who invented it? ___ Institutes of the Christian Religion __ In what book did Calvin spell out his “elect” mentality? _ conversion ________________ What is defined as, “an intense, identifiable personal experience in which God revealed to the elect their heavenly destiny”? __ Puritans_ _________________ What are defined as, “English Protestant reformers who sought to purify the Church of England of Catholic rituals and creeds”? _ Separatists ___________________ What are defined as, “a small group of Puritans who sought to break away entirely from the Church of England”? _ King James I ____ What king threatened to harass more bothersome Separatists out of England? __ Holland ____________________ Initially, where did a group of Separatists leave England for? __ 1620 __________________________ In what year did the Mayflower arrive in New England? __ Captain Myles Standish ______________ What soldier aboard the Mayflower proved to be an indispensible Indian fighter and negotiator? __ Mayflower Compact ____ What was the document created by the people of Plymouth that was a simple agreement to form a crude government and to submit to the will of the majority under the regulations agreed upon? _ 44 of 102 _____________ How many people survived the first winter at Plymouth (1620- 1621)?
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Heaton _ William Bradford _ Who was chosen as the Plymouth governor thirty times in the annual elections? __ Massachusetts Bay Colony
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Chapter 3 Study - Heaton Mitchell T Heaton Father Joel Rippinger O.S.B A.P U.S History 31 August 2010 Chapter 3 Study Guide(ANSWER KEY_religious

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