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The 13 Colonies--Massachusetts

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The 13 Colonies --
Massachusetts

By: Emma Nakamura and Alex Obregon
Social Studies
Period 6

Push Factors
Pull Factors
Politics
The Founders
Economy
Present Day
Bibliography
Push and Pull
Factors
The End
Questions???
Comments...
Land
Money
Work
John Winthrop
Founded Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1629
Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
Born on January 22, 1588
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Websites
Books
The American Journey. New York: Glencoe/McGraw Hill, 2003. Print.
Religious Freedom
~ First Generation of Puritans (Why did they leave England?)
Who: The Puritans
What: Their homes
Where: America (Plymouth, Massachusetts)
When: September 1620
Why: Persecution of Puritans
~ Second Generation of Puritans (Why did they leave Plymouth?)
Who: The second generation of Puritans
What: Plymouth, Massachusetts
When: 1629
Where: Massachusetts Bay Colony
Why: Religious Freedom
William Bradford
Died on March 26, 1649
Interesting Facts
Politics
Ruled directly by England
Mayflower Compact
Loyalty
Intention
Obey Laws
Governor/Leader: John Winthrop (Mass. Bay Colony
Leader of the Plymouth Colony in America
Born on March 19, 1590
Died in May 9, 1657
Taught himself Greek, classical poetry, and philosophy
Royal Colony
Daily Life:
daily life was busy
Jobs
Manufacturing
Successful trade with the West Sides and England
Fish
Corn
Cranberries
Livestock
etc.
Women
Home
Garden
Men
Minister
Hunter
Miller
Surveyor
Farmer
Income/Trade
Lumbering
Ship Building
Whaling
Economy
always went to church
lived simple and peaceful lives
Class Systems
Upper Class
Middle Class
Clergy
Magistrates
Professors
Traders
Shopkeepers
Farmers
Slaves
Religion
Natives
Protestants
manufacturing still focused on
shipping, printing, and publishing are important
leading agricultural products are consist of corn, cranberries, apples, etc
fishing industry declined
got its name from language of Algonquians Indians
means at/about great hill
first ever subway was built
illegal to buy/own/sell squirt guns
snoring not allowed which is why it has one of the lowest divorce rates
dialect of Eastern New England accent known as Boston English
still has one of the oldest church, Trinity Church built in 1733
Religion : Protestant
We used Wikipedia to find some information about our colony.
Shipping
Printing
Publishing
One of the major push factors was that there wasn't enough money in England, and that was part of the reason why the Puritans left England.
True
False
True
False
Buried in Burial Hill, Plymouth Massachusetts
Governor/Leader: William Bradford (Plymouth, Massachusetts)
Relationship With the Natives
Fine at first
Changed later on when the natives didn't make religion efforts that the Puritans wanted
There were many slaves in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
True
False
dialect of Eastern New England accent known as Boston English
still has one of the oldest church, Trinity Church built in 1733
Not a lot of work for slaves to do
New England colony had least amount of slaves and servants
A lot of slave trade with Middle and Southern Colonies
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