The Puritan migration to New England was marked in its effects in the two
decades from 1620 to 1640, after which it declined sharply for a while. The term
(While more moderate Puritans sought only to purify and reform the Church of ...
Unlike colonists to other areas, those who migrated to New England had known ...
Mar 1, 2015 ... Most of the Puritans who came to New England were prosperous ... The Great
Migration began to take off in 1630 when John Winthrop led a ...
In keeping with their focus on the home, Puritan migration to the New World
usually ... The ensuing religious history of early New England is a tale of conflicts
Today, eight million Americans can trace their ancestry to the fifteen to twenty
thousand Puritans who migrated to New England between 1629 and 1640.
The Puritans believed that they would be able to establish a pure church in the
colonies, in the lands known as New England, that would offer a model for the ...
This prompted thousands to move to New England where they could worship free
from fear of reprisals. The Puritan migration was comprised mainly of entire ...
The New World represented both a refuge from persecution and an opportunity to
establish a “Zion in the wilderness.” Puritans imagined their migration to the ...
The years 1630 to 1640 are known as the Great Migration. The largely Puritan
immigrants from England settled in New England, north of the settlement at ...
This simplified account of the immigration to New England leaves out some parts
of the story, ... Who were these people that came together to form the Great
Migration? ... The Puritan movement had been growing within England for some