anonymous
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This man governed in Massachusetts for 12 terms. Originally, he came to Massachusetts in 1628 with a large group of Puritans. Select one: A. John Winthrop B. John Smith C. John Rolfe D. Roger Williams The area that is now known as New England consists of six states. What are these states? Select one: A. Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Virginia, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut B. Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire C. Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine, Vermont, and Connecticut D. Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine, New Jersey
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This man governed in Massachusetts for 12 terms. Originally, he came to Massachusetts in 1628 with a large group of Puritans. Select one: A. John Winthrop B. John Smith C. John Rolfe D. Roger Williams The area that is now known as New England consists of six states. What are these states? Select one: A. Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Virginia, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut B. Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire C. Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine, Vermont, and Connecticut D. Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine, New Jersey
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anonymous
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im pretty sure the first one is a
anonymous
  • anonymous
is the 2nd c?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I agree with you the first one is a :) and I believe that the last one is d because I do not remember Vermont in the list ....i think it came later on (: is that all the questions you have??

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anonymous
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one more question... @space4cadet101 I know you already answered it but its wrong haha This was a group of government representatives from colonial Virginia. Select one: A. Separatists B. Pilgrims C. Puritans D. House of Burgesses
anonymous
  • anonymous
i said pilgrims but thats wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
well it is not d and it is not pilgrims so it is separatists or puritans and I believe that it is puritans because they wanted freedom of religion
anonymous
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so they formed a government
anonymous
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anything else?

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