Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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Jackie c, Jenna w said...

1) The Salem Witch Trials started in 1692.
2) Some of he accused witches in Salem were Tituba, Sarah Good, Rebecca Nurse, Mary Easty, and Bridget Bishop.
3) The trials occurred in colonial Massachusetts.
4) More then 200 people were accused of using witchcraft.
5) In 1692, Reverend Parris' daughters thought they were possessed.
6) Tituba said, "The Devil came to me and bid me to serve him."
7) A special Court of Oyer and Terminer was established.
8) The first case brought to the special court was Bridget Bishop. She was known for her gossipy habits and promiscuity.
9)Bridget was the first person o be hung on June 10th for her crimes.
10) The minister, Cotton Mather, made a testimony about dreams and visions.
11) The court ignored the testimony and 5 people were sentenced and hanged.
12) March 1st 1692- Tituba confesses to witchcraft.
13) Witchcraft is defined as devil's magic.
14) it ended in May 1693.
15) 1702- court declared the trials were unlawful.
16) Judge Samuel Sewall, confessed error and guilt for helping.
17) 1711- A bill was passed restoring the rights and good names of those accused.
18)William, SAmuel, John,Walt Still, and Thomas were members of a supieror court of Judicature that is created to try the remaining persons accussed of witchcraft.
19) 19 people were hung on Gallows hill.
20) 1957 more than 250 years later Mass. formally apologized for the events of 1692.

Maggie Aryn said...

Puritan Family Life

1 Family life was joyless repressive & brutal.
2 Parents punished their children mercilessly.
3 The male was the head of the house.
4 The Puritan people emphasized the spirital leadership of the male head of the family.
5 The Puritans viewed family government and family worship.
6 Puritan parents would try to find good matches for their children.
7 Puritans families were extremely strong.
8 The children were not expected to make the most important decisions of their lives.
9 The oldest son was expected to follow the fathers calling.
10 At 14 a boy might be an apprentice to a crafts man or merchant to learn their skill
11 Once a parent made a decision, it can't be changed.
12 The children had no say in what they did.
13 Puritans took their religion and family very seriously.
1 Puritans had a complex relationship with their family.
15 In-laws were considered just as important as blood relatives.
16 The parents were often afraid they would spoil their children.
17 Boys needed to learn the skill trade.
18 One of the distinctive marks of the Puritan family was a commitment to daily family worship.
19 Fathers were required to lead their family in the knowledge and discipline of the Lord.
20 Puritan fathers ended each day with the singing of the Psalms and reading of the scriptures &prayers.

Lauren and Abby said...

End of Puritanism

1.Strict and conservative led to conflictions.
2.People wanted to believe their own beliefs.
3.People wanted to see the world.
4.Everything outside the laws was a sin.
5.If you disagreed with the religion you got kicked out.
6.People wanted to believe in their own god.
7.Historians are not completely sure if puritanism actually ended.
8.Very strict sexual views.
9.They disapproved of Christmas celebrations.
10.You could not celebrate anything on Saturday nights.
11.You could not gamble on moral grounds.
12.You could only drink in moderation.
13.You could not toast to anything, it wasted God's gift of beer and wine.
14.Only married couples could engage in sexual intercourse.
15.Women were disciplined if they did not preform their sexual marital duties.
16.Punished if you were drunk in public.
17.Only boys could go to school.
18.Girls could not work.
19.Marriage were arranged by parents according to social classes.
20.Women could not speak in church.

Nicolas and Daniel said...

1.they didn't have sex till married
2.they enjoyed recreations
3.worked hard law- an edict designed to regulate public activities on the sabbath law first passed in 1620's public entertainment or meetings were permitted
7.(2) hour church service/morning an afternoon
8.placed a heavy emphasis on the ability to read an understand the bible
9.great effort expanded to educate the community
10.pass laws intended to prevent access in the areas of clothing an food consumption
11.public displays of affection prohibited celebrations of Christmas, other holidays or church weddings were not allowed since not in bible
13.noone shall be a free man or give a vote unless he be converted one shall turn Quaker or else be banished women shall kiss her kid on the sabbath
16.exhibited a range of interest an beliefs
17.puritans-multi face group like everyone else
18. puritans not first settlers on north American land
19.slavery was permitted
20.puritans reguarded unconfined democracy as an aberration

Rachel&Jon said...

1. Anne Hutchinson was expelled from the Bay Colony by John Winthrop.
2. Anne was a deeply religious woman.
3. She was a leader for people against the Puritans.
4. The clergy felt that Anne was a threat to the Puritan experiment.
5. Roger preached separation of church and state.
6. In 1636 he purchased land from the Narragansett Indians and founded the colony of Rhode Island.
7. Two big ideas got him into big trouble in Massachusetts.
8. Thomas Hooker was the minister of Cambridge.
9. Tom led 100 settlers from Cambridge to the Connecticut River.
10. He established Hartford in order to fight the Pequot War.
11. He strongly advocated extended suffrage to include Puritan worshipers.
12. He argued for greater religious tolerance towards Christians.
13. Roger Williams was a protestant.
14. He was born into the Church of England.
15. He was also a witness to Christianity.
16. Anne was a pioneer settler in Rhode Island.
17. She was an unauthorized minister in the dissident church.
18. She also held Bible meetings for women.
19. She is a symbol for religious dissenters and for women in America.
20. Roger Williams took orders in the church in 1629.

nic an danny said...

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Tori and TJ said...

Jonathan Edwards

1. Biography
-His parents were Timothy and Esther Edwards
-Only son out of 11 children
-Went to Yale in 1716 at the age of 13
-Graduated as valedictorian 4 years later
-Jonathan Edwards married Sarah Pierpont
-Edwards had 3 sons and 8 daughters
-Jonathan Edwards died of small-pox inoculations on March 22, 1758
-He was buried in Princeton Cemetery

2. Great Awakening
-From 1730 -1745 there was a religious rebirth in the American colonies called the great awakening
-The revival movement promised the grace of God to all who wanted a desire for it
-Jonathan Edwards received a letter inviting him preach in Connecticut which at this time was one of the most extreme moments during the Great Awakening

3. Sinners in the Hand of an Angry God
-Is a famous speech preached by Edwards
-Edwards preached the sermon on July 8, 1741
-It was a typical sermon of the Great Awakening
-It says that hell is a real and functional place
-Edwards wanted the message of his sermon to awaken his audience
-One of Edwards considerations was "God may cast wicked men into hell at any given moment."
-Another consideration states that the wicked will not escape the wrath of God unless they repent
-Jonathan Edwards' sermon continues to be the leading example of The Great Awakening and is still used in religious and academic setting today

Paul and Alex said...

1. Puritan was first known as a taunt or insult.

2. Puritan was also applied to those who criticized or wished to purify the church of England.

3. Puritan groups separated from the church of England in the early 17th century.

4. Divine providence refers to god's preservation of creation.

5. The Puritans settled in America in 1558.

6. Puritans built new society based on biblical laws and teachings

7. The Puritans of the seventeenth century contributed to our contry's mission, work ethic, and moral sensibility.

8. The Divine Providence was founded in New England.

9. The Divine Providence was later known as the capital of Rhode Island.

10. Puritans felt that the church of England was too close tot Catholicism and needed to be reformed further.

11. Through out the period of Puritanism pilgrims became apart of the Puritans religion and honored them.

12. English Puritans were also known as Calvanist's in England until they crossed the Atlantic.

13. The Puritans settled in Rhode Island which was known as the Divine Providence.

14. The Divine Providence colonies had no royal governors from England.

15. Because of conditions in England, immigration declined sharply for the next two centuries.

16. Providence was chosen as the capital of Rhode Island because of the merging of 2 colonies "Providence Plantations" and "Rhode Island".

17. The poor soil and rough terrain precluded development of large estates or staple crops.

18. The largest Native American tribe that was found in Rhode Island were known as the Narrangansetts.

19. The first person to set foot on the shores of Rhode Island was an Italian explorer Giovanni Verazzano who settled there in 1524.

20. The first explorer to make a permanent settlement in the Divine Providence was Roger Williams in 1636.


Alexa and Anthony said...

1. Squanto belonged to the Patuxet Indians.

2. They ate berries, beans, corn, and fish. Also, they hunted animals.

3. After trading with the Indians, they sailed to England.

4. They sailed to the new world.

5. He was taken by Captain Hunt and sold in Spain

6. When Squanto was in England, and sailed on a fishing boat to Newfoundland.

7. After staying for many months in Newfoundland, he found a ship going back to New England

8. Once he reached the village of Chief Massasolt, he told Squanto that Squanto that sickness killed his entire tribe.

9.Squanto lived alone in the forest.

10.Samoset told Squanto, village called Plymouth was built by people from england and it was built where his home was.

11.they came as friends to plymouth and the leaders agreed to talk to them.

12.he stayed with pilgrims and helped them grow crops, hunt, and fish for food.

13.when fall came they had a thanksgiving feast and invited the indians.

14.Squanto felt proud and at peace after helping the pilgrims.

15. They ate seafood, wild foul,meat,grain, vegatables, fruit,nuts, herbs, and seasonings.

16.they didnt have ham, sweet potatoes/potatoes, corn on the cob, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, chicken, or milk.

17.although this feast is considered by many to be first thanksgiving celebration it was actually in keeping with a long tradition of celebrating the harvest and giving thanks for a successful bounty of crops

18.this harvest meal has become a symbol of cooperation and interaction between English colonists and Native Americans.

19.Native American groups throughtout the Americas included, the Pueblo, Cherokee, Creek, and many others.

20 Lobster, seal, and swans were on the pilgrims menu

Joey W, Mark L. said...
Gale Database

)William Bradford was born in March of 1590 in a small farming community of Austerfield, Yorkshire.
)Known for drafting the Mayflower compact document. Which was the start of the idea of freedom to worship without government intrusions.
)Member of the Separist movement in Amsterdam in 1609 which had some relation to Puritism.
)Fostered and created system of self Government in America.
)Helped organize a group of one hundred plus pilgrims to sail to the New World.
)He had three known wives, named Alice Carpenter, Dorthy, and Mary.
)It was believed that Dorthy fell overboard on the way over to the New World and drowned.
)He wrote Plymouth Plantation a book that details the struggles of Puritist in a New World.
)It tells about incounters with Indians and how they fight to survive the cold, hunger of food, shelter, and economically.
)Hugh Hufer maker of Playboy is a tenth direct descendant of william bradford, Hugh claims his puritist ways of life impacted the way his family raised him to achieve and accomplish goals.
)New World Press calls William an example of Individual knowledge.

Garrett,Brock, Kelsey said...

1. Puritans found the first free public school.
2. The first public school was focused on grammar.
3. The puritan’s goal was to have a devout and well-educated community.
4. Harvard University was established in 1636, in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
5. Harvard University was named after John Harvard of Charlestown.
6. John Harvard left his estate to the use of Harvard University.
7. The Massachusetts Bay Colony passed the first law in the new world that required children to be taught to read and write.
8. The puritans thought that people of the colony had to be able to read the bible and their laws of the land to be a successful colony.
9. Massachusetts Bay Colony established another law in 1647 saying that each town was required to establish and maintain a public school.
10. The puritans believed that children’s welfare on earth and in the after life depended on their ability to read and understand the bible.
11. Well into the 19th and 20th century U.S. public schools remained Christian institutions.
12. During classes there was virtually no critical thinking and no freedom of expression.
13. Classes were almost year round with almost no summer break or off days.
14. The school system had no organization with any sub division such as divisions.
15. Capital punishment in The Puritan Public schools was not uncommon such as smacking hands with the ruler.
16. At first the majority of the teachers were men but by the 1800’s women became more common.
17. Teachers often ate at their students homes and sometimes lodged there on a rotational schedule.
18. The teachers were only slightly more educated than the students, only being a page or so ahead in the text book.
19. The only school subjects were reading, writing, and arithametic.

Garrett, Brock, Kelsey said...