The Indians were generous and were willing to share land and use together 3

The indians were generous and were willing to share

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farm but not over the physical land itself. The Indians were generous and were willing to share land and use together. 3. Describe the factors promoting and limiting religious freedom in the New England and Chesapeake colonies. New England was mainly established for religious reasons. There were the separatists wanted to create their own church separate from state and the puritans who wanted to purify the church of England. They believed that religious uniformity was essential to social order and if they focused on one’s self it would affect community stability. The church and government were interconnected. By 1600 the idea that certain rights of Englishmen applied to all within the kingdom, developed like traditional definition of liberties. Chesapeake bay: calvert wanted maryland as haven for coexistence between catholics and protestants; puritanism looked down on natural liberty + death penalty for worshipping in conflict with Puritanism for Mass. bay, Puritan church and state
intertwined; rhode island: haven for non-puritans + no religious requirement for voting; hartford: no need to be a church member to vote; new haven: very close ties between church and state 4. Describe who chose to emigrate to North America from England in the seventeenth century and explain their reasons. Those who chose to emigrate from England did so because there was a promise of independence from owning land. The emigrants would gain economic freedom and the

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