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refuge a safe place
city on a hill a person given by john winthrop describing the puritans community as a model for others to follow. they would build a community based on puritan values
quakers society of friends;prodestant sect founded 1n 1640s in England whose members believed that salvation was available to all people
great migration puritans when to the new world because of religious problems in England.
Puritans Prodestants who wanted to reform the church of England
Treaty of Paris England and France signed a treaty to end the war
French and Indian war
Proclamation of 1763 A law banned British settlements west of the Appalachian mountains
King Philip's war A war between England and native Americans
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut This set principles made Connecticut's government more democratic
Religious tolerance Religious conflict
Religious persecution Protestant