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New England Colonies

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New England Colonies Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island
economy of New England depended on the ocean (fishing, whaling, trapping, shipbuilding, logging)
Puritans wanted to make the church more pure - came to practice their relifion and start farms and businesses
John Winthrop Puritan leader who served as governer of Massachusetts Bay colony - led Puritans from England to Massachusetts in 1630
Roger Williams founder of Providence in what is now Rhode Island - forced to leave Massachusetts
Anne Hutchinson expelled from Massachusetts colony because of her religious beliefs
town meetings assembly of people in a New England town that made laws and elected leaders
barter (system) to exchange goods
free market system an economic system where people are able to choose the goods and services they buy and make
industry all the businesses that make one kind of product or offer one kind or service
exports a product that leaves a country
imports a product brought in to a country
triangular trade routes shipping routes that connected England, the colonies, and Africa
expel force to leave
shipbuilding An important industry for the economy of the New England colonies
main reason Puritans started Massachusetts Bay colony to live according to religious beliefs
leader of the Wampanoag who tried to unite Native Americans against colonists in New England Metacomet
Created by: evananna