Day 7: Women of Massachusetts Bay and New England. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute September 9, 2011 A.P. U.S. History Mr. Green. 1. John Calvin profoundly affected the thought of all of the following except Spanish Armenians New England Puritans Scottish Presbyterians French Huguenots
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
September 9, 2011
A.P. U.S. History
1. John Calvin profoundly affected the thought of all of the following except
2. The historical significance of the Pilgrims of Plymouth Bay lies in their
3. People who flouted the authority of the Puritan clergy in Massachusetts Bay were subject to which of the following punishments
5. New York was
a. the best advertised of all the colonies
b. Designed as a Quaker refuge
c. originally founded by the Dutch
d. a major contributor to political democracy and religious tolerance in the English colonies
e. the last of the middle colonies to be established.
At the end of this lesson, students will analyze the role of women in Massachusetts Bay and throughout New England
antinomianism-a holy life was no sure sign of salvation and that the truly saved need not bother to obey the law of either God or man
Break from Church of England
Felt Indians deserved fair compensation
Rhode Island-freedom of religion
Hanged for violating a Puritan law prohibiting Quakers in Massachusetts Bay
Describe the impact these 2 individuals had on the Massachusetts Bay Colony and the region in general.
Pros and Cons of the Massachusetts Bay on individual citizens.
Read “The Church Trial of Mistress Ann Hibbens” and discuss
Identify and explain connections between the Puritans and any event in the recent past (i.e. last ten years”
Read American Pageant Chapter 3 and 4
Read “Visible and Invisible World of Salem” on the bpi site.