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Chapter 5: The 13 English Colonies. Section 2: Pilgrims Found Plymouth Colony. 1. Both the Puritans and the Separatists had strong feelings about the Anglican Church. . 2. The Puritans differed from the Separatists in that they stayed in the Anglican Church. . 3.

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1

Both the Puritans and the Separatists had strong feelings about the Anglican Church.


2

The Puritans differed from the Separatists in that they stayed in the Anglican Church.


3

The Separatists sought religious tolerance in The Netherlands.


4

Groups of Separatists who moved for the sake of religious tolerance called themselves Pilgrims.


5

The Separatists were granted permission to set up a colony in Virginia.


6

John Carver arranged financial backing and found a seaworthy ship for the Pilgrims.


7

Pilgrim leaders decided to write the Mayflower Compact to establish some kind of law and discipline.


8

The Pilgrims settled in Plymouth.


9

A harsh winter brought hardship and death to Plymouth Colony.


10

The Wampanoagshelped the English.


11

A Native American named Squanto taught the English to hunt, to plant corn, and to fish.


12

The first Thanksgiving was held in 1621.


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