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Groton Manor

This is the name of John Winthrop’s childhood home. Winthrop’s management of this estate led him to become a wealthy man.

Boston

This was the central city of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Salem

Located at the mouth of the Naumkeag River, this city was first settled by Europeans in 1626. It is also where Roger Williams was the head pastor for some time.

The Massachusetts Bay Company

This name referred to a trading and merchant company that was granted a corporate charter to settle the New World.

The Bible

This name refers to the holy book of Christianity; the Puritans believed it could be used to solve all theological disputes, along with calm, careful reasoning.

The Code of Liberties

This name refers to the legal code of the Puritan colonists set up to protect the people.

Magistrate

This title refers to an Assistant to the...

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