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“Gov. John Winthrop — In honor of the birthday of Governor John Winthrop, born June 12, 1587,” wood engraving, circa 1860-1880 Wolf Population, Native American Population, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Plymouth Colony, Christian Charities, Digital History, The Dorchester, Church Of England, Wood Engraving

Gov. John Winthrop

“Gov. John Winthrop — In honor of the birthday of Governor John Winthrop, born June 12, 1587,” wood engraving, circa 1860-1880

Oil painting of Governor John Winthrop, by Charles Osgood circa century. Winthrop, a slave owner, helped write the first law legalizing slavery in North America. Charles Osgood, Native American Population, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Plymouth Colony, The Dorchester, Hair Frizz, African Diaspora, American Presidents, Lace Collar

Governor John Winthrop

Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, John Winthrop, oil painting by Charles Osgood, circa 19th century.

Want to know more about the history of the Massachusetts Bay Colony? Click on the image to learn more! #historyofmassachusettsblog Native American Population, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Plymouth Colony, The Dorchester, British Government, Persecution, Accusations, American Revolution

History of the Massachusetts Bay Colony

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The Great Puritan Migration was a period in the century during which English puritans migrated to New England, the Chesapeake and the West Indies. English migration to Massachusetts consisted of Free Genealogy Sites, Genealogy Research, Massachusetts Bay Colony, African American Genealogy, Plymouth Colony, Catholic Religion, Church Of England, Persecution, Historian

The Great Puritan Migration

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Dominion of New England flag, illustration published in Edward Randolph Letters and Official Papers, circa 1898 New England Flag, Christian Liberty Press, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Flag Art, Letter J, American Revolution, New Hampshire, 17th Century, American History

Dominion of New England flag

Dominion of New England flag, illustration published in Edward Randolph Letters and Official Papers, circa 1898

John Winthrop's "City on a Hill" Primary Source Analysis Massachusetts Bay Colony, Christian Charities, Primary Sources, Common Core Standards, Teacher Pay Teachers, Teacher Newsletter, Comprehension, Charity, Students

John Winthrop's "City on a Hill" Primary Source Analysis

On the Arbella - one of 11 ships which carried over a thousand Puritans to Massachusetts that in 1630, John Winthrop wrote out his vision for the Massachusetts Bay Colony in a sermon titled "A Model for Christian Charity." The most famous part of the sermon is a section that refers to "The City on a...

Two Christian Commonwealths: William Bradford’s Plymouth and John Winthrop’s Massachusetts Massachusetts Bay Colony, English Reformation, William Bradford, Individual Rights, Commonwealth, Plymouth, Texts, Christian

Two Christian Commonwealths: William Bradford’s Plymouth and John Winthrop’s Massachusetts

Two Christian Commonwealths: William Bradford’s Plymouth and John Winthrop’s Massachusetts

early court records from Massachusetts Bay Colony

Records of the Court of assistants of the colony of the Massachusetts bay, 1630-1692 .. : Massachusetts (Colony) Court of Assistants : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

eary court records from Massachusetts Bay Colony

This is a simple two page worksheet with 6 reading questions on the Massachusetts Bay Colony. It was designed in word and can be modified for your classroom. History Teachers, Teaching History, Teaching Resources, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Student Learning, Colonial, United States, Classroom, The Unit

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The Founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony by Sarah Saunders Smith (eBook)

The Founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony by Sarah Saunders Smith (eBook)

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Every Day Life in the Massachusetts Bay Colony

Every Day Life in the Massachusetts Bay Colony

Massachusetts Bay Colony - John Winthrop & the. by Becky's Social Studies Center Middle School Activities, School Resources, Seventh Grade, Eighth Grade, Write An Email, Email Address, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Colonial America, Teaching History

Massachusetts Bay Colony - John Winthrop & the Puritans - Project

Massachusetts Bay Colony - John Winthrop & the Puritans - Project - Your students will assume the role of John Winthrop, the leader of Massachusetts Bay Colony. Students will imagine that there was advanced technology at that time. As John Winthrop, they'll set up an email address, password, email inbox and write an email. Everything that students will include will relate to Massachusetts Bay Colony, the Puritans and John Winthrop. (6th, 7th, & 8th grade approved)

Those familiar with The Crucible, the Salem Witch Trials, or even life in Colonial America have heard the term Goody, short for Goodwife. The term Goody was meant in a similar way as Mrs.

Jobs in the Massachusetts Bay Colony

The North American continent was largely a question mark to those who left their European homelands behind to seek their fortunes, or, in the case of those immigrating to the Massachusetts Bay Colo…