Romanticism, Puritanism, and Rationalism. By Matt Graf, Logan Kallop, Tony Pittavino, and Josh Selling. What is Puritanism?. Puritanism is a series of beliefs held mainly by the New England settlers. Was based on the teachings of John Calvin.
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By Matt Graf, Logan Kallop, Tony Pittavino, and Josh Selling
3. John Calvin
4. Noble Savage
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