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KEY IDEA
English Puritans came to North America,
beginning in 1620.
OVERVIEW
ASSESSMENT
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OVERVIEW
MAIN IDEA
WHY IT MATTERS NOW
English Puritans came to
North America, beginning in
1620.
The United States continues
to use an expanded form of
representative government
begun by the Puritans.
TERMS & NAMES
• John Winthrop
• Metacom
• Massachusetts Bay Colony
• Plymouth Colony
• Separatist
• Anne Hutchinson
• Roger Williams
• Puritans
• King Philip’s War
• Pequot War
ASSESSMENT
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1. Identify the effects of each of the causes listed in
the chart below.
Cause
Effect
Persecution of Puritans in England
Puritan immigration to New England
Puritan belief in hard work
Rapid growth and success of
Massachusetts Bay
Williams’s dissenting beliefs
Founding of Rhode Island based on
his principles
Rapid colonial expansion in New England
Conflict with Native Americans
Defeat of King Phillip
End of Native American power in
Southeastern New England
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2. Why do you think Puritan leaders viewed Anne
Hutchinson as a threat to their society? Think About:
• Puritan beliefs
• characteristics of Puritan society
• Hutchinson’s teachings
ANSWER
Puritans believed that their way of worship was the only way,
that their leaders carried out God’s will, and that society
needed to be tightly knit and behavior strictly controlled.
Puritan leaders may have felt especially threatened by
Hutchinson’s views because she was a woman and the church
and society were male-dominated.
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3. What were the immediate effects of King Philip’s War
for Native Americans and for the settlers?
ANSWER
Immediate effects included high casualties among
colonists and the end of Native American military power
in southeastern New England.
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