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Puritans Case

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During the 1600s, waves of Puritan immigrants arrived in the region of New England, settling the area and establishing population centers in areas like Massachusetts Bay, where the part of Boston was established. Unlike the Chesapeake region's inhabitants, the puritan settlers did not just come for economic interest. They really came for a desire to make a more pure, Christian society based on their believes. The puritans made a big impact on the development of New England area, based on their desire to create a theocracy. The Puritans were positive their values and ideas had a profound social development of the New England colonies from 1630s through 1660s.

In the development of New England, the Puritans influenced the region by using a political structure on a theocratic model that forced rigid conformity. When the Puritans settlers founded Massachusetts Bay in 1630,John Withrop outlined how they must work together as one to create a colony that would set an example of Puritan ideals.(Doc A)As a result New England was inforced by Puritan laws and punishment for not following God's Law.New England was set for an example of how the Puritans wanted thing and it people weren't really happy about it.For example Roger Williams, plead for greater religious tolerance challenging the puritans.(Doc F)

The Puritans believe that giving religious freedom to people crippled the colony, to make sure that citizens wouldn't have much freedom and for every man to be studious of the bounds which the lord hath set.(Doc H)The puritans beliefs on domination of land has led them to start wars Indian tribes around them.William Bradford proud of the defeat of the village on the name of god.(Doc D) Since the bloody killing of the Indian tribes as part of the development of the region. Organizing a theocratic form of government, and Puritans have definitely influenced New England through their values and ideas.

Since the Puritans believed that


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