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Early American Pd

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TermDefinition
John Smith Responsible for setting Jamestown.
Jamestown New land founded in 1607 & was founded for money, trade, and gold.
Primarily Oral Wasn't written down, but told. Such as Myths, Songs, and Legends.
William Bradford Leader of the Puritans, responsible Plymouth, captain to the mayflower.
Pilgrims All puritans are pilgrims, but not all pilgrims are puritans.
William Byrd Founded Richmond, Virginia, was the first born American writer.
Johnathan Edwards Puritan Minister, leader of the Great Awakening, wrote Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.
Puritans Founded Harvard University, believed the Bible was the exact words of God.
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Developed in 1741,
Religious freedom Plymouth was founded for religious freedom
The Starving Time As soon as they arrived it was so hard to survive & start the town running that people starved.
Created by: hayhagan