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The Chesapeake

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Department
History
Course Code
HIST 1100
Professor
John Wigger

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Settler and Indian Conflict in the Northeast 02/02/2012 Early Encounters The Pequots Mohegans and Narrangansetts join up with English against the Pequots English almost always form an alliance with one Indian group  Attack on Mystic Recurring Themes: Indian/European alliances Conflict over trade and resources Impact of disease Taking captives in war vs. capturing land and killing opponents Captured people can become leaders in that tribe Roger Williams (1604­83) Middle class parents in London Pembroke College at Cambridge University Puritan conversion experience in early teens Married Mary Barnard, 1629 Williams in Puritan New England 1630 sailed for Boston Great migration of non­separating Puritans Becomes a separatist Moves to Plymouth Williams and Native Americans Close relationship begun at Plymouth Questioned taking Indian land Separation of Church and State Williams concluded that separation from Church of England was necessary A national church was a political church Exiled from Massachusetts Bay Colony in October 163
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