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Puritan Protestants that 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 Winthrop describing the Puritan community as a model for others to follow. They would build a community based on Puritans values.
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut The principals made the Connecticut's government more democratic. It outlined the powers of the general courts.
King Philip's War In 1675 tensions erupted in to a conflict.
French and Indian War A war between the British and the French over territory in North America. Late 1750's.
Quakers Society of friends; Protestant sect found in 1640's in England who's members believed that salvation was available to all people.
Religious tolerance dsa
Religious persecution awef
Treaty of Paris-1763 A peace agreement that officially ended the Revolutionary War and established British recognition of the independence of the United States.
Proclamation of 1763 A law that banned British settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains. It also ordered people to leave the upper Ohio River valley.
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