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Unit 4

Puritan Protestants who wanted to reform the Church of England.
Great Migration A period of African American movement from the South to cities in the North.
City On a Hill A sermon given by john winthiop describing the Puritan community as a modle for others to follow the would build a community based on Puritan values .
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut 82, r45
King Philip's War 95
French and Indian War A war between England and French in the late 1600s.
Quakers Society of friends; Protestant sect founded in 1640s in england whose members belived salvation
Religious tolerance Respect and allow the religion.
Religious persecution a system of people not wanting the religion
Treaty of Paris- 1763
Proclamation of 1763
Created by: c.berger