founded Rhode Island for religious freedom. Bought land from Native Americans
brought Puritans to Massachusetts Bay and started Boston for religious freedom.
sent out of Boston due to not following ministers teachings and said God spoke to her.
left Massachusetts and started Exeter, New Hampshire for religious freedom.
started the colony in Hartford, Connecticut. He felt the government had too much power in Massachusetts.
let the Pilgrims to Plymouth for religious freedom.
Duke of York
took over New Netherlands from cruel leader Peter Stuyvesant in 1664.
Lord John Berkeley and Sir George Carteret
began the colony of New Jersey to gain profit from land sales.
began the Holy Experiment and a home for Quakers.
wanted to break away from the Anglican Church and create their own church
wanted to change the Anglican Church
was also called the Society of Friends, believed everyone equal in God's sight.
Massachusetts representative assembly, only male church members could vote for members
representative government set up in Plymouth
separation of church and state
idea that the government system and religious beliefs must remain divided.
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
first constitution that set limits on the government, listing what they had the power to do.
large land grants given in New Netherlands if you brought 50 settlers where you could rule and tax as you wished.
colony which was owned by someone who paid a yearly fee to the king.
colony given to William Penn to allow access to the Atlantic securing trade and economic growth.
colony that allowed religious freedom, trial by jury and representative government.
planned city by Penn where there would be green grass and gardens, space between houses
name to describe Penn's wish to prove that all faiths could live in one colony in peace.
historical term used to describe the Middle colonies where many nationalities over time came to be American rather than staying German, French, Swedish, English, Welch....
this colony advertised for settlers drawing a diverse group to the colony
original name of New York colony
cruel governor of the colony of New Netherlands. People would not help him fight the English when they arrived to attack the colony
Massachusetts Bay Colony
this colony had no toleration for other beliefs
time between 1630 and 1640 when 15,000 settlers moved to Massachusetts Bay colony
people who refused to fight in war and is against violence
reason conflicts arise between English settlers and Native Americans
first town in Rhode Island
This colony had religious freedom and separation of church and state