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US History Ch. 2

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Massachusetts Bay Colony settled by John Winthrop & Puritans, came for religious freedom
Jamestown first English settlement in America (gold/tobacco)
indentured servant poor workers who exchanged labor for a new start in America (2-4 years).
Roger Williams Puritan, established Rhode Island, felt land should be bought from Native Americans
Puritan group of English protestants, came and settled Mass. Bay Colony, hard workers, fought Native Americans, intolerance
Pequot War war between Pequots and CT colonists, set the tone for continued conflict, lost land
New Netherland settled by Dutch fur traders, diverse and religious tolerance, Hudson River
proprietor wealthy owner of a colony
Quaker religious group known for tolerance and peace, settled in Pennsylvania
William Penn established Pennsylvania, Quaker, believed in cooperation with Native Americans
Created by: jennfein