Asked in Jobs & Education
What colony did the first group of Separatists establish in Massachusetts?
they established the Plymouth colony
What group of people received the charter for Virginia?
the house of lords and the house of common
Who Granted a charter to a group of English businessmen?
King James I granted a charter to a group of English businessmen.
What was the significance of the 54th Massachusetts regiment?
The governor received the authority to recruit blck troops on January 25, 1863. The 54th Massachusetts Regiment was the first African-American group. ...
What granted a charter to a group of English businessmen?
The king is the only person who could grant a charter.
Asked in Colonial America
Why was Massachusetts bay established?
It was illegal to be a Presbyterian in England. The Puritans were thrown in prison. A group of businessmen bought a charter and the land for Massachusetts Bay from the king. They got the Presbyterian leadership out of prison and they went to Massachusetts Bay. They took a number of their followers with them. You can go to Boston, England, and see the jail that held the Puritan Fathers. ...
Why did the Puritans come from New England?
The Puritans wanted to simplify the ranks and services in Church. A group of Puritans called Separatists wanted to move away from the English Church and form their own congregation, so they moved to Massachusetts in New England. ...
Asked in Mayflower Compact
What religious group created the Mayflower Compact?
The pilgrims ( aka the separatists) created the mayflower compact.
Asked in Colonial America, Native American History
What religious group encouraged a peaceful existence with Native Americans?
the puritans the separatists the catholic the quakers
Asked in Colonial America
Who were the group of separatists who landed the Mayflower in 1620 and settled in Plymouth?
They're commonly known as the Pilgrims.
Asked in Explorers and Expeditions
Why were pilgrims called separatists?
In the early 1600's religious group called the Separatists called for the total break with the church of England. They thought it was too much like the Catholic Church. The pilgrims were a Separatist group. King James attacked them for rejecting England's official church. ...
Asked in Massachusetts
What group of people founded Massachusetts in 1620?
It was the Pilgrims who found Massachusetts in 1620
Asked in Boston, Colonial America, Massachusetts
What group did john winthrop lead to Massachusetts?
John Winthrop lead the Puritans to Massachusetts.
Asked in Project Management
What are the outputs of the initiating process group?
-Stakeholder register -Project charter
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What also means pilgrams?
The Pilgrims were a group of Separatists who traveled from England, to Holland, and then onto the New World in 1620. The Separatists wanted to separate from the church of England because they didn't like the religious views and were being harshly persecuted. ...
Royal document granting a specified group the right to form a colony and guaranteeing settlers their rights as English citizens?
charter or royal charter
Asked in Colonial America, Puritans
Why did Pilgrim colonists go to Plymouth in the New World?
The religious group called the Pilgrims left Great Britain because their religion was persecuted by the official Church of England. Pilgrims were punished for practicing their faith. They sought and received a charter from Britain to make a colony in the New World and came to Plymouth due to bad navigation. Nevertheless they settled there in an area where the state of Massachusetts is now. ...