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    Of Plymouth Plantation

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    the Puritans felt that the only way they could worship God the way they wanted and felt was the right way to worship was to get away from the people stopping them. This strong belief in their religion was the true influence of what we know as the Plymouth Experiment. The Puritans also had a unique relationship with God that was much stronger than the relationships they had even with their own families and friends. The Puritans that they were flawed and helpless and that they were very capable of

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    Jamestown and Plymouth

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    The English had two main colonies in the new world, Jamestown and Plymouth. The first colony was Jamestown, established in Virginia in 1607. Jamestown was settled by Captain John Smith, and was named after King James I. Tobacco was the main export of Jamestown, and became the basis of the Jamestown economy, sending more than 50,000 lbs of the plan back to Europe by 1618 (textbook 46). Jamestown had a very rocky start, many colonists dying in the first few years of the settlement, and the settlers

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    There was two colonies taken place which were the Plymouth Plantation and Jamestown. In these two colonies there were different reasons why the colonies were created, Jamestown was where the English men went to get rich and wanted to cash crop tobacco but the colonist were uncooperative. On the other hand, the Plymouth Plantation was created for religious reason, where family worked hard together to survive especially during the harsh winter but both colonies had native relations and both went through

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    to the new world, John Winthrop gave his sermon “A Model of Christian Charity” to share his (and God’s) vision of a colony built on a foundation of purity, goodness, and most importantly Godliness, where all of mankind may live in harmony. In “Of Plymouth Plantation” William Bradford recounts the events of Puritan life in early New England, along with dealings in indiscretion, discrimination, brutality, and torture that bring to question the true religious integrity

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    Life in Plymouth Colony

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    survive, following the words of God, and to making history in everlasting memories. I will be basing my opinion on these primary sources: “The Starving Time” by Captain John Smith, the founder of Jamestown, History of Plymouth Plantation” by William Bradford, the governor of Plymouth Colony, “How they sought out a place of habitation” and “New governor, first marriage”. I believe that the settlers were bold, adventurous, determined, and faithful. The first passage is “The Starving Time” by Captain

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    the Virginia…”(Smith 3). And the voyage of the Mayflower, bringing people to Plymouth, Massachusetts.” ...1620-1647 describes this journey and provides a glimpse of the settler's life in what became New England.” (Bradford 5). Jamestown and Plymouth

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    Pilgrims Landing on Plymouth Rock

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    The pilgrims landing on Plymouth Rock has had a number of important impacts on America today. Whether the impacts were positive or negative, it was the pilgrims that had taken the journey to the New World and made the present what it is today. Originating from England, the English were Puritans who believed that the Church of England was in need of spiritual purification. Instead of altering the church, the English set off on a voyage to the New World for new opportunities. The pilgrims could start

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    Examination of Puritan Philosophy in Bradford's "On Plymouth Plantation" The Puritan people first came to the New World to escape the religious persecution that hounded Non-Anglicans in England. They established the Plymouth Colony in 1620, in what is now Massachusetts. The colony was a reflection of the Puritans' beliefs. These beliefs, along with the experience of establishing a colony in "the middle of nowhere", affected the writings of all who were involved with the colony. In this

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    The Presence of God in The History of Plymouth Plantation The presence of God is evident in the passage from The History of Plymouth Plantation in every event significant or not. In his diary, William Bradford describes several occurrences in which God played a major role in deciding the outcome. According to Bradford, God can help or hurt according to His will. The first of these displays of God’s will in this passage was of revenge toward a sailor. He was as Bradford described him “a proud

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    their experiences. The leader of Jamestown was Captain John Smith and the the leader of Plymouth Plantation was William Bradford these were the men that wrote about their experiences in the new world. The colonies both had similarities such as the starving times but they had many more staggering differences between them that made both experiences extremely different. Jamestown came first before Plymouth Plantation and along with this new colony came several

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