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Transcript of Puritans 1607-1775
•Puritans were Non-Separatists
•The Puritans were wealthier
•Those who disagreed were banished from the country. Colonial/Puritan Times
1650-1750 By: Bill Lieu, Christopher
Macias, Victor Bugarin, Pablo Montanez Revolution and liberty came up as topics soon before the revolution came Allusions From Era Thanksgiving came during colonial times. Government system Activities such as farming and shipbuilding Era Legacy Positive Negative Angered Great Britain Characteristics of Era Attitudes Mindset Values -Everything into charity and hard work
-believed heavily in their faith.
-Involved God in just about everything -Known for their intense
-Responsible for having a life without sin.
-sinless = sign of a person who is for heaven. -Values and the economic situations
-Worshiping God than to be worried about money and values of life. Themes Central themes examples were:
- nature of their endeavor
-subjects of will and work,
-relationship between humans and nature
-European and Native American cultures. Historical Document
Journal & Diaries
Theological & Polemical Writings Types of Literature Found in Era Major Authors & Primary Works Authors Primary Works Anne Bradstreet
Mary Rowlandson "The Narrative of the Captivity and the Restoration" -
"Book of Common Prayer"
"Sinners In The Hands of An Angry God" -
Jonathan Edwards Influenced future US Documents Revolutions Around The World Slavery Created a form of government still used today Freedom and rights Writing •Religion= important role in Puritan life.
• Puritans required to read the Bible
If not, accused to worship devil.
•They wore simple, plain clothing.
They had no luxuries.
• concentration games.
•farmers and ministers.
merchants and sold goods.
• women helped by creating clothing and food Lifestyle Cont. • 1640s, Massachusetts Bay grew to ten thousand people.
They spread into what would became:
Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Maine Historical Facts/Events Cont. Topics of Books in early Puritan life = Will and Work
Immigration and unity
Puritans valued realistic writings Trading with foreign countries Enlightenment Ideas