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30 Questions

About
Pilgrims & Puritans

The Puritan's main


settlement was named
_______. This was the
largest city in the English
colony for over 100 years.

Boston

Puritan towns were


carefully planned and the
Puritans believed in
____________.

education

Colonists came for many


different reasons such as
to ________.

explore

The Puritan colony's


economy thrived on
____________.

fishing, fur trading, and


shipbuilding

It was not the best time of


year to start a colony in
New England. The Pilgrims
faced _______________.

freezing weather, hunger,


and disease

When Samoset introduced himself


to the Pilgrims, it began a period of
____________ between the Pilgrims
and the Wampanoag people.

friendly relations

Squanto also showed the Pilgrims


where the best _____________
areas were located and he taught
them how to grow corn

Hunting and Fishing

____________ led the Puritans and


in 1628 sent a small group of
Puritans to sail to New England to
get the colony started. Then he
led about 1000 colonists and ships
loaded with food and supplies.

John Winthrop

After the long journey, the Pilgrims


wrote the Mayflower Compact to
establish "___________________" for
their new colony.

Just and equal law

Colonists came for many


different reasons such as
to live on ________.
Land of their own

The Puritans called their


colony the ____________.

Massachusetts

The leader of the


Wampanoag that the
Pilgrims made a treaty
with.

Massasoit

In September 1620, about


100 Pilgrims crowded into
a small ship called the
_____________.

Mayflower

The Pilgrim's ship was pushed


off course by storms and landed
much farther __________ than
Virginia.

north

Like the Pilgrims, the Puritans


faced ___________ in England
and sailed to North America in
search of religious freedom.

persecution

Another name for the


Separatists.

The Pilgrims

The Pilgrims decided to


settle at a rocky harbor
called ____________.

Plymouth

The Puritans built the first


________________.

Public school house

Puritans believed in
___________ the Church of
England.

reforming

Colonists came for many


different reasons such as to
spread their ________.

religion

The Puritans found a place


where they could live according
to their _______________.

Religious beliefs

Some early settlers came


in search of ____________.

Religious freedom

______________ was a
Wampanoag man who
introduced himself to the
Pilgrims

Samoset

The Mayflower Compact


was an important step
towards _______________in
the colonies.

Self government

People who wanted to


separate from the church
of England. They decided
to leave England and start
a settlement of their own.

Separatists

________ acted as a
translator and helped the
Pilgrims make a peace
treaty with the Wampanoag.

Squanto

Some buildings and farms


were already built when
Winthrop and the Puritans got
there, so they did not go
through a period of __________.

starvation

That fall, the Pilgrims gathered


their first harvest in Plymouth
and invited the Wampanoag to a
celebration of _______________
because they had helped them,
survive a very

Thanksgiving

Colonists came for many


different reasons such as to
gain ________.

wealth

____________ was a leader of a


group of Separatists. He received
permission from the Virginia
Company and started to prepare
for the difficult trip to the new
world.

William Bradford