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Massachusetts Bay Colony was settled by more than one thousand colonists. True False Question #6TrueFalse Score: The first town in the Massachusetts Bay Colony was Salem. TrueFalse Question
#7TrueFalse Score: All adult men in the Massachusetts Bay Colony who were members of the church were given the right to vote. TrueFalse Question #8TrueFalse Score: There was separation of church and state in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. TrueFalse Question #9TrueFalse Score: When the General Court was first created, towns had the right to send their own representatives to the General Court. TrueFalse Question #10MultipleChoice Score: The Dominion of New England: was governed by Roger Williamswas established after the Glorious Revolutionincluded a colonial assemblyunited the New England colonies with New York and New Jersey Question #11TrueFalse Score: Relations with the Native Americans remained cordial as the English settlements spread westward. TrueFalse Question #12TrueFalse Score: Roger Williams arrived in Massachusetts in 1631 to become the pastor in Portsmouth. TrueFalse Question #13Matching Score: Match the following. 1. settlement to insure religious freedom Newport, Rhode Island 2. Jewish community in New England Thomas Hooker 3. came to Rhode Island because of discrimination in England Quakers and Jews 4. founder of Connecticut Rhode Island 5. established settlements in Maine and New Hampshire Gorges and Mason Question #14TrueFalse Score: Church membership was not a requirement for the right to vote in Connecticut. TrueFalse Question #15Paragraph Score: Give three reasons why Sir Edmund Andros was so unpopular in New England. Upload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf File Actions mtv.doc UploadDelete
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User: Massachusetts Bay Colony was settled by more than one thousand colonists. True False Question #6TrueFalse Score: The first town in the Massachusetts Bay Colony was Salem. TrueFalse Question #7TrueFalse Score: All adult men in the Massachusetts Bay Colony who were members of the church were given the right to vote. TrueFalse Question #8TrueFalse Score: There was separation of church and state in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. TrueFalse Question #9TrueFalse Score: When the General Court was first created, towns had the right to send their own representatives to the General Court. TrueFalse Question #10MultipleChoice Score: The Dominion of New England: was governed by Roger Williamswas established after the Glorious Revolutionincluded a colonial assemblyunited the New England colonies with New York and New Jersey Question #11TrueFalse Score: Relations with the Native Americans remained cordial as the English settlements spread westward. TrueFalse Question #12TrueFalse Score: Roger Williams arrived in Massachusetts in 1631 to become the pastor in Portsmouth. TrueFalse Question #13Matching Score: Match the following. 1. settlement to insure religious freedom Newport, Rhode Island 2. Jewish community in New England Thomas Hooker 3. came to Rhode Island because of discrimination in England Quakers and Jews 4. founder of Connecticut Rhode Island 5. established settlements in Maine and New Hampshire Gorges and Mason Question #14TrueFalse Score: Church membership was not a requirement for the right to vote in Connecticut. TrueFalse Question #15Paragraph Score: Give three reasons why Sir Edmund Andros was so unpopular in New England. Upload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf File Actions mtv.doc UploadDelete

Weegy: Yes. These included the Separatist minister Roger Williams in 1635 and Anne Hutchinson's followers in 1637. Read more:
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