founder of the Calvinist church
people who could prove that the spirit of God was inside them (Puritan thing)
Church of England
church founded by Henry VIII that Englishmen were required to join
English religious reformers with Calvinist beliefs
Puritans who wanted to leave the Church of England
ship that brought the first pilgrims to America
soldier on the Mayflower who ended up as an important negotiator and fighter against the First Americans
agreement between the pilgrims that set a precedent for later constitutions
sight of the pilgrim's colony
30x governor of Plymouth Bay Colony
king of England who supported anti-Puritan action
Massachusetts Bay Colony
colony founded by non-Separatist Puritans; larger than any before; very successful
time in the 1630s when 70000 Puritans left England to avoid persecution
19x governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony
"City Upon a Hill"
Winthrop's name for the Massachusetts Bay Colony; a covenant with God to have a holy society
adult males belonging to a Puritan congregation
official government of Puritan Massachusetts
Puritan clergyman who defended the government's duty to enforce religious rules
serious commitment to work and engage in worldly pursuits
Massachusetts woman who disagreed with Puritan church and was exiled
the idea that those truly saved do not need to follow the laws of God or man
clergyman who criticized Puritans; founded the first Baptist church in America
man who led the first group of Puritans to Connecticut
Connecticut River Colony constitution; had elements of a regular constitution
First American who at first facilitated arrangements between First Americans and Puritans
First American chieftain who signed initial peace with Puritans
war with First Americans that ended with the annihilation of the First American tribe
places First Americans were brought by Puritans to learn English religion and culture
Massasoit's son who headed King Philip's War
King Philip's War
pan-Indian War against Puritans
The Scarlet Letter
book where an adulterer is convicted
school started by Massachusetts Puritans; oldest college in America
when Puritans got together and voted on issues, etc.
law that allowed baptism of unconverted members of the church
3 year rebellion in New York sparked by fights between landholders and merchants
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