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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Both the Puritans and the Separatists had strong feelings about the Anglican Church.
The Puritans differed from the Separatists in that they stayed in the Anglican Church.
The Separatists sought religious tolerance in The Netherlands.
Groups of Separatists who moved for the sake of religious tolerance called themselves Pilgrims.
The Separatists were granted permission to set up a colony in Virginia.
John Carver arranged financial backing and found a seaworthy ship for the Pilgrims.
Pilgrim leaders decided to write the Mayflower Compact to establish some kind of law and discipline.
The Pilgrims settled in Plymouth.
A harsh winter brought hardship and death to Plymouth Colony.
The Wampanoagshelped the English.
A Native American named Squanto taught the English to hunt, to plant corn, and to fish.
The first Thanksgiving was held in 1621.