Women and men were saved by faith alone
God controlled who would receive salvation
Humans should accept their faith and merely exist on earth.
Humans had total control over their destinies
Hell did not exist
Forced conversions to Christianity.
Forced removal from tribal lands.
English control of Canada
The withdrawal of the Spanish from the New World.
Portuguese control of Brazil.
French control of Martinique.
War between Spain and Portugal
Development of secular religion
Coureurs de bois
Contact with the Aztecs
The fur trade
Samuel de Champlain
Coureurs de bois
Eager to Christianize the Native Americans
Interested in finding the mythical "northwest passage" to China.
Ruthless and exploitative of the native peoples.
Considered stupid by the Native Americans
Determined to find gold and silver
A place to establish penal colonies
A place to send exiled Moors and Jews
A source of precious metal.
Supplier of cheap Native American labor to be used on Spanish estates
An opportunity to further promote the Catholic faith
The Virgin Islands
Spain - Puerto Rico
France - Canada
England - Ireland
England - Cuba
Portugal - Brazil
John Smith - Virgina
Sir George Carteret - New Jersey
George Calvert - Pennsylvania
Roger Williams - Rhode Island
John Winthrop - Massachusetts
All new arrivals who had paid their trans-Atlantic fares received fifty-acre land grants
Every new settler was entitled to one slave.
New immigrants were guaranteed a year's provision
Every child was guaranteed a primary education
Every adult male could vote
The joint-stock company
Was not required to obtain a royal charter
Encouraged investment in colonial enterprises, with "limited liability" for the investors
Promised immense wealth to investors
Required large capital investment
Proved to be a failure in providing capital for colonization
Her claim of personal revelation.
The fact that she was female
Her rejection of free grace
Her affinity for the dictum of works
Her reliance on the Scriptures
All married, adult men who owned property and were memebers of the Congregational Church
All adult men
All adult men who owned property and were members of the Congregational Church
All men who owned property.
Formed an alliance with the Native American tribes of New England
Migrated westward to avoid future contact with settlers
Established permanently good relations with the English settlers
Learned from the English settlers how to grow tobacco
Viciously attacked the Jamestown settlement
Generally adapted old beliefs to the new environment
Immediately focused on converting the Native Americans
Rarely were forced to significantly change their old English ways
Quickly abandoned English beliefs and values
Usually adopted the customs of the local Indian tribes as a way to survive
Rely on help from the English monarchy
Separate from it and reform it from the outside
Remain in the Church and reform it from the inside
Actively work to destroy the tenets with which they disagreed
Refuse to associate with it in any way