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New World Experiments: England's Seventeenth-Century Colonies

Chapter 2

Immigrants left because of poverty,for religious opportunity, and to avoid stife
King James + Charles, son took away Purliament's power leadding to the English Civil War, Restorartion, and Glorius Revolution
Virginia + Maryland were successful Chesapeake Colonies although Jamestown failed at first because of the lack of leadership and individualism
John Smith restored order and more came to populate
John Rilfe produced mild tobacco to sell to Europe
Massachusetts Bay- Was set up by wealthy Puritans
Puritans tried to Purify society. For common Purpose and Predestination



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