A person who travels to a new place for religious reasons
Group of people from England who wanted to seperate themselves from the Church of England. Some traveled to North Virginia in search of religious freedom
Unjust treatment because of one's beliefs
Leader of the Pilgrims who came to North America on the Mayflower and founded Plymouth colony in 1620
Name given by John Smith to the northeast region of North America; present-day name for part of the Northeast region of the United States
A town in southeastern Massachusetts founded by Pilgrims in 1620.
Plan of government written by the Pilgrims who sailed on the Mayflower
Wampanoag man who helped the Pilgrims in 1620
New England Colonies
Region of the 13 Colonies that was located north of the Middle Colonies
Region of the 13 Colonies located between the New England and Southern Colonies
Southernmost region of the 13 Colonies.
Puritan minister who founded Rhode Island as a place of religious freedom in 1636
Puritan leader banished from Massachusetts for her religious views
Puritan minister who founded the colony of Connecticut in 1639
Quaker who founded the colony of Pennsylvania in 1681
English leader who founded the colony of Georgia as a place where debtors from England could begin new lives
Yamacraw chief who agreed to give James Oglethorpe land to found the colony of Georgia
Person whose views differ from those of his or her leaders.
Person who owes money