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England broke away from the Catholic Church and formed this. The Church of England
Wanted to correct the wrongs of the Church of England. Puritans
Completely left the Church of England. Separatists
Separatists tried to immigrate here first before going to the New World. The Netherlands
Group of investors that bought stock for the new colony in North America Joint Stock Company
The Pilgrims wanted to land near Jamestown but due to bad weather they landed North near present day Cape Cod. Plymouth
Pastor and governor of Plymouth William Bradford
First Document that sets up a self-form government. Mayflower Compact
First Native American to make contact with the pilgrims. He was able to speak some English from fishermen who visited the area Samoset
A group of Native American tribes that were ruled by chief Massasoit and the Pilgrims negotiated a peace agreement that lasted all the chief's life Wampanoag