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Title: SSUSH1 The student will describe European settlement in North America during the 17th century


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SSUSH1 The student will describe European
settlement in North America during the 17th
century
  • b. Describe the settlement of New England
    include religious reasons, relations with Native
    Americans (e.g., King Phillips War), the
    establishment of town meetings and development of
    a legislature, religious tensions that led to
    colonies such as Rhode Island, the half-way
    covenant, Salem Witch Trials, and the loss of the
    Massachusetts charter.

2
New England settlement
  • The Pilgrims, which were a separatist group that
    broke away from the Church of England,
    established the Plymouth Colony in 1620
  • The Massachusetts Bay Colony was established by
    John Winthrop in 1630 as a refuge for Puritans
    who were being persecuted in England

3
Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Laws were passed requiring everyone to attend the
    Puritan church
  • The government collected taxes used to support
    the established Puritan church
  • The Puritan Church was intolerant of other
    religions
  • Settlers could be charged with heresy and
    banished from the colony if they spoke out
    against the church

4
Hard Work
- The Puritans worked very hard at farming,
fishing, and hunting in order to become
successful.
Values
- religion and education were very important.
- dancing and games were disapproved of, and
illegal on the Sabbath.
5
Half-Way Covenant
  • Created in 1662, it provided a partial church
    membership for the children and grandchildren of
    Puritan church members as a means of keeping the
    church's influence in society.

6
Rhode Island
  • In 1635 a preacher named Roger Williams was
    banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for
    speaking out against the Puritan way
  • Williams founded Providence he separated the
    church and state and allowed differing religious
    beliefs

7
King Phillips War
  • By the 1670s colonial governments began demanding
    that natives follow English laws and customs
  • King Phillip (a Native leader), led an uprising
    against the colonists
  • King Phillip was killed in 1676 and the war ended
    in 1678 ending any further Native resistance in
    New England

8
Salem Witch Trials
  • 20 residents of Salem executed for being witches
  • Accused by a group of teenage girls
  • The group admitted later that they had made up
    the accusations
  • Reasons for the accusations may have been from
    cultural/economic differences

9
Witch Scene Monty Python and the Holy Grail
10
New England Government
  • Town Meetings town residents met to discuss
    local issues and to pass laws for the local
    community
  • Town meetings gave the locals a chance at self
    government (Why would this lead to the American
    Revolution?)

11
New Amsterdam
  • Henry Hudson first discovered the area for the
    Dutch
  • By 1614, the Dutch establish fur-trading posts
    and name the area New Netherland

12
Pennsylvania
  • In 1680 William Penn, a Quaker, inherited an area
    south of New York as a debt from King Charles II

13
Pennsylvania
  • Pennsylvania was Penns holy experiment
  • -complete political and religious freedom
  • -friendly relationship with the natives lasted
    over 70 years
  • -made land available to all settlers

14
Questions????
  • Why did the Puritans colonize Massachusetts and
    how did their religion influence their
    government?
  • Why was Rhode Island founded?
  • How was the half-way covenant a response to the
    founding of R.I.?
  • What were the causes and results of King
    Phillips War?
  • What type of local government did the
    Massachusetts colonists develop?
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