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6th SS Ch 4 Sec 3

6th Grade Social Studies Chapter 4 Section 3

John Smith leaves Jamestown to explore the coast and names New England
New England includes modern day: Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampsire and Maine
John Smith writes a boot about his travels and encourages Others to go there
King Henry VIII banned this in England The Catholic Church
King Henry VIII only allows this in England The Church of England
What happened if you didn’t follow the Church of England You were severely punished
The Pilgrims wanted their own beliefs and had to Move to the Netherlands
The Pilgrms had their religious freedom but didn’t like the Dutch way of life
Who agreed to pay for the Pilgrms to go to North America The Virginia Company
How would the Pilgrms repay the Virginia Company for the cost of their travel? Lumber and Furs
How did the Pilgrims come to North America Ship named the Mayflower
The Pilgrims were blown off course and landed here instead Cape Cod Massachusetts
In Cap Code there was no Governament
Before the Pilgrims off loaded they signed the Mayflower Compact
The Mayflower Compact laws would be fair for the good of the Colony
The Mayflower Compact included a promise to Obey the laws and self govern
The Mayflower Company if more than half agree to a law or decision, all must follow it. This is called Majority Rule
The Pilgrims settled along the harbor to have Fresh water and fertile land
John Smith named the place the Pilgrims landed Plymouth
By spring of 1st winter, half of the Pilgrim settlers died from a Hard winter
Surviving Pilgrims met with Abenaki Native named Samoset
Who teaches the Pilgrims how to fish and plant squash, corn and pumpkins? Squanto
Squanto develops a ____ system between colonists and Nate tribes Trade
Originally very little food in Plymouth so the leaders share all the food how? Equally amongst the colonists
The leader split up the land to give to the colonists which resulted in People working harder
After 1630 colonists spread throughout New England and started being Unfriendly to Natives
Why did the Pilgrims and Natives fight? To protect hunting grounds
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