Anne Hutchinson Dbq

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Anne Hutchinson- she disagreed with most ministers in New England that thought that good deeds were how to reach salvation. her idea was that one has to ignore the fake prophets of someone’s behavior to see the inside of them and to find salvation. with only two from all the colonies ministers being saved, she influenced people to question the qualifications of them. these followers were called Antinomians, taking up half of people in Massachusetts Bay. her and all her followers were unfortunately banished by John Winthrop
Third Anglo-Powhatan War- lasting from 1644 until 1646, this war was caused but the attack of powhatan warriors on Virginians. this attack was sparked but land taken from them because the colonists needed more land to grow
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the monarchy was restored, the ANglican Church came back, and Charles II gave Carolina to English supporters
Pequot War-the Pequot Indians and New Netherland controlled the fur trade and wampum together. in 1637, the settlers of Connecticut and Massachusetts attacked a Pequot village. the Pequot resistance was over at the end of 1637
King Philip’s War- In 1657, three Wampanoag indians were executed and their leader King Philip was almost arrested for the death of a Christian Indian. Later, more Wampanoags were shot for robbery and this started the war. The Indians invaded New England and killed a twentieth of the colonists but England cut off food to them and sold many to slavery while the rest escaped to New York and Canada. this stopped resistance for white expansion
William Penn Quakers-Penn was planning on a holy experiment based on the teachings of George Fox. Penn supported Quakers who believed god gave them an “inner light”. He also founded Pennsylvania but sadly gained no profit for his
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the relationships with the indians, their leadership, and joint stock companies were the reasons for the relative strength of the spanish, french and british. the native americans taught the settelrs trade and farming and worked for them to harvest crops. indians traded and brought profit for the french, spanish, and british. john smiths leadership in jeamestown brought his colonists food and housing especially during the harsh winter. he also had set rules for sanitation to limit infections and sickness, as a diplomat, he also had good relationships with the natives. joint stock companies strengthened these empires as well. they paid for the colonies estabblishments. until 1632, english colonization was succesful from joing stock companies. plymouth and jamestown were funded from the virginia

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