Leader of protestant reformation john cotton puritan

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Leader of Protestant Reformation John Cotton Puritan who emigrated to Massachusetts to avoid persecution by Church of England Sir Edmond Andros Leader of Dominion of New England Militaristic regime, dislike by colonists Affiliated with the hated Church of England Changed many colonial laws and traditions without consent of colonial representatives After Glorious Revolution, tried to flee America, but was caught (still returned to England) The “elect” John Calvin and Puritan souls who have been destined for heaven or hell Patroonship vast Dutch federal estates along the Hudson River in early 1600s Henry Hudson Discovered Hudson River, but was looking for Northwest Passage through America Sailed for Dutch William Bradford Pilgrim that lived in a north colony called Plymouth Rock in 1620 Made governor 30 times Conducted experiments of living in wilderness Peter Stuyvesant Dutch General, governor of New Netherlands Surrendered it to the English Thomas Hooker 1635, Puritan who brought other Puritans to Hartford, Connectivut William Penn Founded Pennsylvania as a haven for Quakers Got a charter because the king of England owed him money, gave him charter instead John Winthrop immigrated to Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630s First governor of the colony “We shall be like a city on a hill” Wanted the colony to be a religious experiment and example John Calvin Founded Calvinism, thought God was omniscient Anne Hutchinson Religious dissenter Challenged principles of Puritanism, religious and political structure of Massachusetts Expelled from Massachusetts and dies Chapter – 4to be finished Jeremiads Puritan preachers in 1600 noted decline in religious devotion of second-generation settlers
preached a type of sermon called jeremiad, which focused on teaches of Jeremiah, a biblical prophet who warned of doom Middle Passage Middle segment of a journey that slaves made from Africa to America throughout the 1600s Many slaves died because of bad conditions on boats Bacon’s Rebellion 1676, Bacon, a young planter led a rebellion against people who were friendly to Indians was stopped Leisler’s Rebellion Jacob Leisler seized control of New York, was put down Landholders vs. Merchants Halfway Covenant - 1662 Puritan Church document Allowed partial membership rights to people not yet converted into Puritan Church Lessened the difference between the “elect” members of the church from the regular members William Berkeley British colonial governor of Virginia from 1642-1652 Suppressed Bacon’s rebellion Headright System Gave 50 acres of land to anyone who paid their way or any plantation who paid the immigrants way If you paid to travel to America, you got 50 acres of land Chapter 5 Regulator Movement Movement during the 1760s by western North Carolinians (mainly Scots-Irish)

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