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Chapter 8, Lesson 1: The Puritans Come to America (pp. 180-185)

I. Puritan Beliefs

II. The Puritan Community

    A. Puritan settlers established towns near fresh water.

    B. Puritans lived inside the town and farmed outside the town.

    C. Common areas in town provided a strong sense of community.

III. Puritans, Algonquins, and the Land
    A. The Puritans turned to crafts and trading to make a living.

    B. Different attitudes toward land led to conflict between Puritans and Algonquins.

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