Great Puritan Migration?


The Great Puritan migration took place between 1630 and 1640. The migration was from England to the New World. The Puritan migration took place because King James of England persecuted the Puritans.
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The Great Puritan Migration refers generally to to the migration of 40,000
This may refer to the movement of English "Puritans" back to England after the death of Mary I. When Mary I came to the throne she restored Catholicism and began to persecute
Answer They settled in Massachutsets where they could have the freedom to have simpler ways of worship.
The Great Migration was the long-term movement of African Americans to the urban North from towns in the Southern United States. Between 1910 and 1930, about 1.4 million African Americans
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The Puritans migrated to New England to escape religious persecution. In England many Puritans were targets of the crown. By fleeing to America, Puritans could ...
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