The Puritan Dilemma; the Story of John Winthrop Setting & Symbolism

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Groton Manor

Winthrop's childhood home. His management of Groton led him to become a wealthy man.

England

The home of Winthrop and the English Puritans.

America

The "New World" of the 17th century where the English Puritans emigrated.

New England

The part of America surrounding the Boston area where the Puritans settled.

London

The capital of England where the King ruled and where Winthrop worked as a lawyer.

Boston

The main city of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Charleston

A small city near Boston that was am important part of the colony.

Salem

Another important city in the colony where Roger Williams was the head pastor for some time.

The General Court

The Supreme Court and legislature of the Massachusetts Bay Company.

The Massachusetts Bay Company

A colony founded by the Massachusetts Bay Company, a trading and merchant company that was granted a corporate charter to settle the New...

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