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New England Colonies

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New England colonies were founded for what reason? For those seeking escape from religious persecution
The Separatists were also known as The Pilgrims
The Mayflower Compact was designed as a way to have a democratic government
How did the New England colonists learn to survive? The Natives taught them to plant corn
What other religious group (other than the Pilgrims) settled in the New England colonies? Puritans
Puritans established a form of democratic government that included Town hall meetings and a general assembly
In Puritan society, who could vote? All male church members
The economy of the New England colonies relied on harvesting lumber, ship-building, and trade
New England colonies wanted children to read the Bible so they... established schools
A dissenter is known as one who disagrees
If you were a dissenter in the New England colonies, what would happen to you? You would be exiled
New England colonies are most known for... 1. their strict religious views 2. their booming economy 3. their ideas about democratic government
 

 



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