New England colonies. In this section you will learn about the Pilgrims and Puritans, their relations with the Native Americans, and their settlement of the New England colonies. New England.
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Some of the men brought their wives and children along. After the first winter, only 3 of the 17 wives were still alive to care for the 50 remaining men and children. Nearly half of all the pilgrims died that first winter.
2) Quakers, Great Escape
3) Puritans, first Thanksgiving
4) Puritans, Great Migration
Between 1630 and 1640, a religious group called the ______fled England to escape bad treatment by King James I. This became known as the______.
2) The Quaker festival of Friends
3) Plymouth Day
4) ThanksgivingThe Plymouth settlement celebrated the blessings of the first good harvest, holding a three day the feast called ______ .
2) Magna Carta
4) Bill of RightsThe Pilgrims signed an agreement to obey laws established for the good of the colony called the______.
2) Sea venture, Plymouth, 1625
3) Mayflower, Plymouth, 1620
4) Mayflower, Roanoke, 1620
With a voyage arranged by the Virginia Company, the Pilgrims set sail for America aboard the ______ and landed in______ , New England in______.
4) QuakersThe ______ were a religious group that separated from the Church of England, who in turn had separated from the Catholic Church.
3) Sitting Bull
4) PocahontasAfter a devastating first winter, a Native American,______, acted as an intermediary between the Pilgrims and local Native American tribes.
2) King Philip’s war
3) Salem Witchcraft trials
4) Mayflower CompactIn 1692 the ______ resulted in the execution of 20 people mainly by hanging.
2) Roger Williams, Puritans
3) John Rolfe, United Methodist church
4) Anne Hutchinson, Quakers
______ believed that a person could worship God without the help of a church, minister, or Bible. Another group that came to be known as the______, held similar beliefs.
2) John Rolfe, United States Constitution
3) Thomas Hooker, Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
4) Roger Williams, Mayflower compactIn 1636, ______moved his congregation to the Connecticut Valley, where they wrote and adopted the______.
2) Roger Williams
3) John White
4) Joseph Smith______, a Salem Massachusetts minister, established the first Baptist church in America.
2) John Rolfe
3) John White
4) John Smith______ became the New England colony's first Puritan governor.
2) Custer’s last stand
3) King Phillips War
4) Bacon’s rebellionBetween 1675 and 1676, fierce fighting broke out between settlers and Native Americans known as______.