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Puritans/Witch Trial

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Puritans founded Massachusetts Bay Colony. wanted religious freedom
Great Migration thousands of Puritans settled in Massachusetts between 1630s-1640s
John Winthrop first governor of Massachusetts
Roger Williams left Massachusetts and founded Rhode Island
Thomas Hooker left Massachusetts and founded Connecticut
Anne Hutchinson stood up to religious leaders of Massachusetts and was banished
separation of church and state the idea that there should be no official government religion
four New England colonies Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire
Salem Witch Trials took place in Salem, Massachusetts
The year the Salem Witch Trials took place 1692-1693
more than 200 were accused of witchcraft
This number were executed 20
Created by: KRago