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2.4 - British Colonial America (New England Colonies, First Great Awakening)
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Puritan dissident in Massachustts. In 1637 she was banished from the colony because she believed that church rules about behavior contradicted the belief in predestination. She eventually died in an attack by Native Americans in New York.
Beliefs that contradict official church teachings.
Puritan who believed in the separation of church and state (government and church leadership should be separate). He was banished and founded Rhode Island.
Colony south of Massachusetts founded by Roger Williams and his followers.
Puritan minister who left Massachusetts and founded Hartford in Connecticut. He believed that all men should be able to vote, not only church members.
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
Laws outlining the government of the Connecticut colony, including an elected governor and two-house legislature. Many colonies and states copied this model.
Leader of the colony at New Haven, Connecticut. He believed jury trials should be abolished because juries are not mentioned in the Bible.
King Philip's War
Conflict between Puritans in New England at the surrounding Native American tribes in 1675 and 1676. The Puritan colonies were nearly wiped out before the Native Americans were defeated.
Leader of the Wampanoag and the surrounding Native American tribes who fought King Philip's War against the Puritans. He was also called Metacomet, or King Philip by the English.
Puritan who was kidnapped by Native Americans who attacked her town during King Philip's War. She wrote a memoir of her captivity and became one of America's first famous authors.
Massachusetts town that became famous because of witch trials that took place there in 1692 and 1693.
African slave from the Caribbean in Salem who was accused of teaching witchcraft to local girls.
First Great Awakening
Revival in religious practice in the mid-1700s in both England and the English colonies in America. Ministers preached a more direct connection to god that did not rely on official church leaders. The movement weakened the power of established churches and led to the creation of new denominations such as the Methodists, Presbyterians and Baptists.
Ministers who led the First Great Awakening.
Ministers during the First Great Awakening who wanted to preserve traditional practices and rejected the teachings of evangelical ministers.
Minister of the First Great Awakening who was known for his oratory. Among his famous sermons is "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God."
English minister, who travelled throughout America preaching during the First Great Awakening.
Methodists, Presbyterians, Baptists
Protestant denominations established during the First Great Awakening.
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