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Essay | The Puritans

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The Puritans

Summary: Essay provides a description of the Puritans.
Puritans were the English people who didn't agree with the Church of England and left their country for a new world. They wanted to find a place where they had their freedom to follow what they believed. Those people were going to America. They were the pioneers of the America. According the famous writings of Smith, Bradford, and Edwards about the Puritans, there are three main traits of them: great sense of community, a very strong work ethic, and a strict moral code.

The Puritans throughout their history has demonstrated a great sense of community. When they first came to America, many of them died because of diseases and harsh weather, but those who had suffered from illness helped others out, they "fetched them wood, made them fires, dressed them meat, made their beds, washed their loathsome clothes, clothed and unclothed them" (Bradford, page 73). In the hardship, those...

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