CHAPTER 5 REVIEW

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CHAPTER 5 REVIEW
Which group left England because they
wanted to change some religious practices
to purify the Church of England?
Who brought the second group of Puritans
to the Massachusetts Bay Colony and
served as their governor several times
over twenty years?
Roger Williams
_______________
thought people
should be able to
follow their own
religious beliefs so
he left the
Massachusetts Bay
Colony.
This lady was
expelled from the
Puritan Church
because she
questioned the
authority and
teachings of
Puritan ministers.
What is her name?
What were the
Fundamental Orders?
The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
allowed landowning male colonist in
Connecticut to elect their government
leaders.
This is the Triangular Trade route that connected
England, The English Colonies in North America,
and the west coast of Africa.
What does
this picture
represent?
Europeans traded textiles, rum and manufactured
goods from Europe to Africa .
What did
Africans
receive
from
Europeans?
Africans sent slaves to the Americas in return for
textiles, rum, and manufactured goods.
In return for
the textiles,
rum, and
manufactured
goods, what
did the
Africans
trade?
Europe received sugar, tobacco, and cotton from
the Americas in return for slaves.
What was
sent from
the
Americas to
Europe in
exchange
for slaves?
Who is this person. He founded Strawberry
Banke, which later became Portsmouth, New
Hampshire.
I led the first group of
Puritans to New England?
I founded
Hartford,
Connecticut
with my
followers.
The table
below
shows pairs
of events.
Fill in the
table by
writing
whether the
relationship
between
each pair of
events is a
cause and
effect or
sequence.
Explain your
answer.
First Event
Second Event
Relationship
Ann Hutchinson
holds her own
religious meetings
at home.
A Puritan court
expels her from
Massachusetts Bay
Colony.
Cause and Effect; the Puritans
expelled Ann Hutchinson
because she taught beliefs
different from theirs.
The Puritans
established a
commons in each
town.
The Puritans build
schools.
Sequence; these two events
were part of the Puritan’s
attempt to create ideal
towns.
Whalers hunt
whales close to the
shore.
The number of
whales in coastal
waters decline to
the point that
whalers have to go
on long trips to find
them.
Cause and effect; whaling
close to the shore decreased
the whale population.
Roger Williams
disagrees with the
leaders of the
Massachusetts Bay
Colony.
Puritan leaders
vote to expel him
from the
Massachusetts Bay
Colony.
Cause and effect; the
Puritans expelled Roger
Williams because his religious
beliefs were different from
theirs.
The Native Americans in New England and
the English colonist had different beliefs
about control and use of land. Describe
what each group believed about owning
land, and then explain the effects of their
disagreement about this issue.
Native Americans did not believe that people could own land, so
when they “sold” it to the colonists, they thought they were
agreeing to share it. The colonist believed that people could
own land so they expelled the Native Americans after they
bought their land. This disagreement led to conflicts between
Native Americans and the colonists.
What grade
did Frank
get on the
third test?
First find test number 3 on the horizontal axis.
Then move up until you hit the point.
You see that Frank got
a 100 on the third test.
In Puritan villages the most
important building was the
meetinghouse, which
served as both a church and
a place to hold town
meetings.
Forced to leave the Massachusetts
Bay both Roger Williams and
Anne Hutchinson established their
own settlements.
Though trade made many people
in New England wealthy, it also
bought the first African slaves to
the English Colonies.
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