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1 Winthrop Fleet - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winthrop_Fleet
The Winthrop Fleet was a group of 11 ships led by John Winthrop out of a total of 16 funded by the Massachusetts Bay Company which together carried between ...
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2 Immigrant Ships of New England | Familypedia - Fandom
https://familypedia.fandom.com/wiki/Immigrant_Ships_of_New_England
These ships were:The Ambrose; The Arabella; The Charles; The Hopewell; The Jewel; The Mayflower; The Success; The Talbot ; The Trial; The Whale; The William & ...
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3 Puritan Great Migration Ships - WikiTree
https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Puritan_Great_Migration_Ships
Early ships to New England. New England, Connecticut Colony, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Province of New Hampshire, and Colony of Rhode ...
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4 Ships Passenger Lists to Massachussets Before 1820
http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/tousa_mass.shtml
Search hundreds of free ships' passenger lists. Find your immigrant ancestors on ships arriving in Massachussets and New England ports.
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5 Arrival of the English - Historic Ipswich
https://historicipswich.org/2021/07/24/arrival-of-the-english/
The spring of 1634 brought at least 30 ships to the Massachusetts Bay, all laden with passengers for the new colony, and there soon ...
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6 Vessel Types of Colonial Massachusetts
https://www.colonialsociety.org/node/1977
ABIGAIL, Arbella, and Mayflower are important names in the maritime history of Massachusetts, for they were the three ships that brought the early settlers to ...
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7 Ships of the Winthrop Migration, 1629-1630 - Vita Brevis
https://vitabrevis.americanancestors.org/2014/04/ships-winthrop-migration-1629-1630/
The Massachusetts Bay Company arranged for six vessels to sail for New England in 1629, only five of which reached their destination.
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8 Ships & Shipbuilding, in Maritime History of Massachusetts
https://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/maritime/ships.htm
A shipbuilding boom in the area commenced around 1710. In the beginning, people built their own boats for fishing and transportation. By the late 18th century, ...
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9 Puritans Leave for Massachusetts - Mass Moments
https://www.massmoments.org/moment-details/puritans-leave-for-massachusetts.html
On this day in 1630, the last well-wishers stepped off the ship Arbella and returned to shore. More than a week after the vessel first set out, the winds ...
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10 Winthrop Fleet Passenger List, 1630 | findmypast.co.uk
https://www.findmypast.co.uk/articles/world-records/full-list-of-united-states-records/immigration-and-travel/winthrop-fleet-passenger-list-1630
The fleet itself was funded by the Massachusetts Bay Colony. These records, originally published in 1930, describe the background, the experience and the ...
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11 Great Migration Ships - Genealogy - WeRelate.org
https://www.werelate.org/wiki/Great_Migration_Ships
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12 Pilgrim Ship Lists By Date - Packrat Productions
https://www.packrat-pro.com/ships/shiplist.htm
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13 Ship Desire, William Peirce, Master – The First Ship to Traffic ...
https://marbleheadmuseum.org/ship-desire/
Ship Desire, William Peirce, Master – The First Ship to Traffic Enslaved People into the Massachusetts Bay Colony ... Built in Marblehead in 1636, the 120-ton ...
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14 Massachusetts Archives Collection
https://www.sec.state.ma.us/arc/arccol/colmac.htm
Historical Sketch – Colonial Period (1629-1686) ... King Charles I of England granted a charter to the "Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New ...
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15 1630: Governor Winthrop at Salem Bringing the Charter of the ...
https://malegislature.gov/VirtualTour/Artifact/51
1630: Governor Winthrop at Salem Bringing the Charter of the Bay Colony to Massachusetts ... Oil on canvas, 110 x 130 in. Gift of the artist and his son, Governor ...
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16 Treehouse masters, Tree house, Massachusetts bay colony
https://www.pinterest.com/pin/529665606148936864/
The Winthrop Fleet was a group of 11 ships led by John Winthrop that were well funded by the Massachusetts Bay Company which together carried between 700 and ...
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17 Massachusetts Bay Colony Genealogy - FamilySearch
https://www.familysearch.org/en/wiki/Massachusetts_Bay_Colony_Genealogy
Massachusetts Bay Colony included parts of New England, centered around Boston and Salem. The Colony included parts of present-day Massachusetts ...
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18 Masssachusetts Bay Colony Founded - Historycentral.com
https://www.historycentral.com/TheColonies/MassBay.html
Boston Founded, by over 1,000 colonists in 17 ships departed for the new world, in the largest migration of the century. In 1630 the colonist arrived at ...
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19 Massachusetts Bay 3: The Winthrop Fleet
http://americanhistorypodcast.net/massachusetts-bay-3-the-winthrop-fleet/
The Arabella was joined by 10 other ships, carrying in-total 1000 ... Staying in England would pull the Massachusetts Bay Colony into the ...
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20 Mystery of the When and Where the Fairbanks Family Sailed ...
https://www.fairbankshistory.com/colonial-history/mystery-of-the-date-ship-and-port-the-fairbanks-family-sailed-from-in-the-1600s
In 1630, John Winthrop led eleven ships out of Yarmouth, Isle of Wright, in southern England to travel to what became the Massachusetts Bay ...
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21 Pilgrim Ships & Passengers - FamilyTree.com
https://www.familytree.com/blog/pilgrim-ships-passengers/
... who never went to Plymouth or the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The 'Mayflower' pilgrims left Plymouth, England on Sept. 6, 1620 and arrived Nov. 11, 1620.
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22 Great Puritan Migration (1620-1640): Passenger Ship Portal
https://www.geni.com/projects/Great-Puritan-Migration-1620-1640-Passenger-Ship-Portal/42414
The Puritans knew the Plymouth Colony experiment worked, and decided to replicate it. The Great Migration began to take off in 1630 when John Winthrop led a ...
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23 The Mary and John; The Lyon ships to Massachusetts
http://genealogytrails.com/mass/maryandjohn.html
The Mary and John was owned by Roger Ludlow, one of the Assistants of the Massachusetts Bay Company, who sailed in her, as did Edward Rossiter, ...
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24 June 14, 1630: The Arbella Comes to Anchor in Salem Harbor
https://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/june-14-1630-arbella-comes-anchor-salem-harbor/
The Arbella was the flagship for a fleet of 11 ships full of Puritans escaping King Charles I's repression of Nonconformist religious thought.
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25 Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild The Rev. Hull Company
https://www.immigrantships.net/v3/1600v3/hullcompany16330320.html
Weymouth began to take a prominent part in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. In 1635 there came a large addition to the population of Weymouth. This was the Hull ...
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26 ThE GREAt MIGRAtIon - Springer Link
https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1057%2F9781137025630_4.pdf
but far more visionary, the Massachusetts Bay Colony became the pri- ... minds and sailed back to England with the last few ships departing before.
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27 12 The Massachusetts Bay Colony
http://www.acaedu.net/cms/lib3/TX01001550/Centricity/Domain/387/Lesson%2012%20The%20Massachusetts%20Bay%20Colony.pdf
settlement was called the Massachusetts Bay colony. Winthrop believed that God was ... first ships bringing them to America. Agathered around their leader, ...
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28 Hippocampus United States History: Massachusetts Bay Colony
https://www.hippocampus.org/player/topicText;jsessionid=6368CB03CEF4562CFC4FC77F50845B6B?topic=1483
The Massachusetts Bay Company was primarily intended to be a business venture, but the colony was also used as a refuge for Puritans. In 1630, nearly 1,000 ...
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29 Plymouth Colony - Location, Pilgrims & Thanksgiving - HISTORY
https://www.history.com/topics/colonial-america/plymouth
Did you know? Three more ships traveled to Plymouth soon after the Mayflower, including the Fortune (1621), the Anne and the Little James (both ...
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30 New England < The Colonial Period < History 2005 ...
http://www.let.rug.nl/usa/outlines/history-2005/the-colonial-period/new-england.php
Building their own vessels and sailing them to ports all over the world, the shipmasters of Massachusetts Bay laid the foundation for a trade that was to grow ...
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31 Maritime History | Stellwagen Bank National Mairne Sanctuary
https://stellwagen.noaa.gov/maritime/maritimehistory.html
Carried on schooners, the American coasting vessel of choice since colonial times, cargos of granite, fish, and ice left Massachusetts Bay.
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32 Massachusetts Bay Colony - History of American Women
https://www.womenhistoryblog.com/2007/10/massachusetts-bay-colony.html
On April 8, 1630, the Arbella and three other ships set sail with some four hundred men, women, and children. The ships initially made land at the small ...
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33 From the Mayflower to Massachusetts Bay: Colonial America V
https://www.amdigital.co.uk/insights/blog/from-the-mayflower-to-massachusetts-bay-colonial-america-v
On September 6th, 1620, a group of pilgrims left Plymouth aboard a ship called the Mayflower, bound for a new life in what was then the ...
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34 Mayflower | History, Voyage, Landing, & Facts | Britannica
https://www.britannica.com/topic/Mayflower-ship
Mayflower, in American colonial history, the ship that carried the Pilgrims from England to Plymouth, Massachusetts, where they established the first ...
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35 Pirates in Boston, Massachusetts
https://historyofmassachusetts.org/pirates-boston-ma/
The Massachusetts Bay Colony did not take kindly to pirates though and declared ... The ship arrived in Boston and the crew were hidden in ...
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36 The Great Migration
http://www.langeonline.com/winthrop.html
On April 7, 1630 the first four ships left London for the New World. ... About one thousand settlers left England for the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
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37 History - Hingham-ma.gov
https://www.hingham-ma.gov/435/History
Historical Highlights of Hingham, Massachusetts, Incorporated 1635 ... "Hingham," and it was incorporated as the 12th town in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
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38 The Winthrop Society: Home
https://www.winthropsociety.com/
The Winthrop Society currently consists of proven descendants of the first settlers of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. It is open to all men and women of good ...
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39 Looking for information about an early ship to Massachusetts ...
https://www.reddit.com/r/AskHistorians/comments/1dvz4u/looking_for_information_about_an_early_ship_to/
Looking for information about an early ship to Massachusetts Bay Colony. I have discovered some of my ancestors came to the Americas aboard the ship Abigail ...
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40 Massachusetts Bound: The Winthrop Fleet - Exodus
https://www.exodus2013.co.uk/massachusetts-bound-the-winthrop-fleet/
Almost immediately a small fleet of ships set off for New England under the ... Owing to the great success of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, ...
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41 Passenger Arrival Records | National Archives
https://www.archives.gov/research/immigration/passenger-arrival.html
The National Archives has passenger arrival records, sometimes called "ship passenger lists," for arrivals to the United States from foreign ...
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42 Passengers Bound for New England
https://teachingamericanhistory.org/document/passengers-bound-for-new-england/
Many (although not all) of the early colonists in New England were religious ... In Massachusetts Bay, for example, merchants such as Robert Keayne were ...
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43 Immigration, Emigration & Migration - Boston - Cyndi's List
https://www.cyndislist.com/us/ma/immigration/
OliveTreeGenealogy.com: Shipwrecks and Ships of Gloucester, Massachusetts Bay Colony. Search for those lost at sea in this list of vessels sailing out of ...
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44 Voyage of the Hector
https://spaf.cerias.purdue.edu/pers/Robert1056/hector.html
Thb Massachusetts Bay Company had a rule, that a ship of two hundred tons should not carry above one hundred passengers, and other ships were limited after the ...
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45 The Importation and Sale of Enslaved People
https://www.masshist.org/features/endofslavery/trade
246). Massachusetts and Rhode Island were the principal slave trading colonies in New England, and Boston was one of the primary ports of ...
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46 history - Old Ship Church
http://oldshipchurch.org/history.html
Built in 1681, Old Ship served two purposes: as a Meeting House where civic issues of the day ... which then became part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
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47 Historian uncovers Westport's past as a shipbuilding center
https://www.southcoasttoday.com/story/news/local/chronicle/2016/04/13/historian-uncovers-westport-s-past/31978814007/
... Massachusetts Bay Colony, but the town's heritage as an early ce… ... The first big ships he built at his East Branch farm and shipyard ...
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48 Aboard the Arbella: The ship that carried the colony's charter
https://www.wickedlocal.com/story/salem-gazette/2008/03/21/aboard-arbella-ship-that-carried/38726834007/
One of the primary players in Salem's early settlement and in the 1630 founding of Boston, Charlestown and the Massachusetts Bay Colony was not ...
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49 The Mayflower Story
https://www.mayflower400uk.org/education/the-mayflower-story/
Others were on the ship for a multitude of reasons – some ... Winthrop soon established Boston as the capital of Massachusetts Bay Colony, ...
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50 Ship of wealth - W&M ScholarWorks - William & Mary
https://scholarworks.wm.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3789&context=etd
of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, he notes, “were bearers of a culture that was already capitalist when they arrived in the New World.
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51 Ch. 3 Section 2: The New England Colonies
https://www.peaster.net/cms/lib/TX01000798/Centricity/Domain/359/Ch.3Sec.2.pdf
They formed the ​Massachusetts Bay. Company​. In 1630 a fleet of ships carrying Puritan colonists left England for Massachusetts to seek religious freedom.
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52 New England Immigrant Ancestors (RJO's Genealogy)
https://rjohara.net/gen/immigrants/
... from the southeast of England and settling in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. ... of ancestors' ships and their actual departure or arrival dates known.
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53 Original Settlers and their Ships - Our New England Heritage
http://newenglandsettlers.blogspot.com/2015/11/original-settlers-and-their-ships.html
Financing was by the Mass. Bay Company. The ships were the Arbella flagship with Capt Peter Milburne, the Ambrose, the Charles, ...
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54 The history of New England from 1630 to 1649
https://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moa/AFJ7387.0001.001?rgn=main;view=fulltext
FIRST GOVERNOUR OF THE COLONY OF TIE MASSACHUSETTS BAY. ... RIDING at the Cowes, near the Isle of Wight, in the Arbella,1 a ship of three hundred and fifty ...
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55 Population of Plymouth Town, Colony and County, 1620-1690
http://www.histarch.illinois.edu/plymouth/townpop.html
In 1622 Thomas Weston sent a fishing vessel, the Sparrow, to Massachusetts Bay, with a small party of seven men to find the most suitable place ...
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56 United States History - New England - Country Studies
http://countrystudies.us/united-states/history-13.htm
Building their own vessels and sailing them to ports all over the world, the shipmasters of Massachusetts Bay laid the foundation for a trade that was to grow ...
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57 Every Day Life in the Massachusetts Bay Colony
https://www.gutenberg.org/files/43970/43970-h/43970-h.htm
But these three hundred tons ships were traveling palaces when compared with some of the smaller craft that boldly ventured across the Atlantic. Barks, ketches, ...
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58 Bigelow, John (1) and the Winthrop Fleet = winthrop.htm
http://bigelowsociety.com/rod/winthrop.htm
At the New England landings, not all ships arrived at the same time nor at the same ... He had thrown in his lot with the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1629.
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59 On 20th June 1628, the ship Abigail set sail from ... - Facebook
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Endecott (also spelled Endicott) regarded as one of the Fathers of New England, was the longest-serving governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, ...
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60 Museum-Held Timbers May Belong to Colonial Shipwreck
https://www.archaeology.org/news/10410-220314-massachusetts-shipwreck-timbers
The timbers therefore may belong to a 40-foot ship that was headed for ... To read more about the Puritans of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, ...
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61 English Immigration to Massachusetts Bay, 1629-1640
http://www.colebrookhistoricalsociety.org/PDF%20Images/English%20Migration.pdf
This ship, the “Mary and John”, was also one of two ships that brought colonists to the Sagadahoc Colony [mouth of the Kennebec River] in 1607. It and the “Gift ...
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62 THE REVEREND FRANCIS HIGGINSON DESCRIBES HIS ...
https://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article/61/2/192/48301/THE-REVEREND-FRANCIS-HIGGINSON-DESCRIBES-HIS-YOUNG
... DEATH FROM SMALLPOX ON BOARD A SHIP BOUND FOR MASSACHUSETTS IN 1629 ... colonists who were to establish the Massachusetts Bay Colony the ...
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63 Seafaring in Seventeenth-Century New England - JSTOR
https://www.jstor.org/stable/360955
History of the Colony of Massachusets-Bay (Boston, 1769), 41; Prince Society edition (Albany, 1865), 1, 45. See Proceedings, Massachusetts Historical So-.
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64 Timeline and History of Boston Massachusetts 1630-1795
https://www.bostonteapartyship.com/boston-history
1636 “New College,” or “the College at New Towne,” was founded by vote of the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
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65 Ship Recovery Voyage to Dorchester 1633/34
https://www.phelpsfamilyhistory.com/history/voyages/ship_recovery.asp
Two days later, three passengers (Newberry, John Hardy, and John Pope) were made freemen of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. ... Frequent mentions are made ...
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66 682 – 1930 2c Seal of Massachusetts Bay Colony
https://www.mysticstamp.com/Products/United-States/682/USA/
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67 The New England Colonies and the Native Americans
https://www.nationalgeographic.org/article/new-england-colonies-and-native-americans/
... the New England colonies (Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay, New Hampshire, ... to the Massachusetts Bay colony by ships like the Mayflower, ...
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68 John Winthrop Signed Document Massachusetts Bay
https://www.raabcollection.com/american-history-autographs/winthrop-ads-rawson
The document is also signed by Edward Rawson, Secretary of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and Robert Keayne, Speaker of the Colony's House; ...
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69 3c. Massachusetts Bay — "The City Upon a Hill" - USHistory.org
https://www.ushistory.org/us/3c.asp
The Arbella was one of eleven ships carrying over a thousand Puritans to ... He was elected and dismissed as governor of the Massachsetts Bay Colony several ...
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70 The Massachusetts Bay Colony organises a formal militia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmABseuDw3I
Dec 12, 2020
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71 The Religion and Founding of the Massachusetts Colony
https://study.com/academy/lesson/massachusetts-bay-colony-religion-history-economy.html
The Massachusetts Bay Colony was established north of the famous Plymouth colony. As a part of the northern New England colonies, the colony had ...
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72 The History of the Massachusetts Environmental Police
https://www.mass.gov/service-details/the-history-of-the-massachusetts-environmental-police
The Massachusetts Bay Colony also declared hunting and fishing to be free in 1641 ... any fish caught by a vessel in Cape Cod Bay that did not pay its duty.
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73 Mary and John - Wikiwand
https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Mary_and_John
She was during the later voyages captained by Robert Davies and owned by Roger Ludlow , one of the assistants of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.[1] The ship's ...
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74 Did the Puritans Settle the Massachusetts Bay Colony?
https://www.mometrix.com/academy/the-puritans-massachusetts-bay-colony/
Though better prepared than previous colonies and supported with the frequent arrival of supply ships, the initial days of the Massachusetts Bay ...
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75 Brief History of Cambridge, Mass.
https://www.cambridgema.gov/historic/cambridgehistory
In 1630, a fleet of 11 ships carrying 700 passengers, set sail from England, bound for the Massachusetts Bay Colony. This dedicated band of Puritans hoped ...
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76 Sailing Ships of New England 1606-1907 - Scribd
https://www.scribd.com/book/396761171/Sailing-Ships-of-New-England-1606-1907
Read Sailing Ships of New England 1606-1907 by George Francis Dow,John Robinson with a free trial. ... Every Day Life in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
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77 Winthrop Fleet Facts for Kids
https://kids.kiddle.co/Winthrop_Fleet
The Winthrop Fleet was a group of 11 ships led by John Winthrop out of a total of 16 funded by the Massachusetts Bay Company which together carried between ...
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78 John Winthrop | The First Amendment Encyclopedia
https://www.mtsu.edu/first-amendment/article/1232/john-winthrop
Winthrop was governor of the Massachusetts colony ... of Christian Charity,” which he delivered around the time that his ship landed in Massachusetts, ...
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79 Maritime Commerce in Colonial Massachusetts
http://resourcesforhistoryteachers.pbworks.com/w/page/125006883/Maritime%20Commerce%20in%20Colonial%20Massachusetts
Great fleets of vessels sailed from Gloucester and Boston to the eastern- most reaches of North America -- the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. Catches of cod ...
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80 Jobs in the Massachusetts Bay Colony | - Meredith Allard
https://meredithallard.com/2017/12/02/jobs-in-the-massachusetts-bay-colony/
The easy availability of timber made ship building cheap in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. In fact, many found work related to the ship building ...
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81 Source: William Wood, New England's Prospect (orig. 1634
https://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/disp_textbook.cfm?smtid=3&psid=642
... An English colonist who lived in Massachusetts Bay Colony from 1629 to 1633 describes the Indian reaction to the arrival of the first European ships.
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82 1620: Who Were the Puritans?
https://www.voanews.com/a/6199723.html
... be the Massachusetts Bay Colony. In 1630, led by Puritan lawyer and lay preacher John Winthrop, 700 passengers in a fleet of 11 ships ...
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83 Legal Case: Boys, Massachusetts Bay, June 29, 1629 ...
http://outhistory.org/exhibits/show/the-age-of-sodomitical-sin/1620s/legal-case-boys-massachusetts-
"5 beastly Sodomitical boys". The Reverend Francis Higgeson' s journal of his trip to New England on board the ship Talbot reported : "This day we examined ...
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84 Great Migration | Images of Old Hawaii
https://imagesofoldhawaii.com/wp-content/uploads/Great-Migration.pdf
In 1629 and 1630, numerous ships came to the Massachusetts Bay bringing approximately 1000 settlers for that colony. In these two years, Plymouth also got ...
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85 A City Upon a Hill: Winthrop's “Modell of Christian Charity,” 1630
https://billofrightsinstitute.org/activities/a-city-upon-a-hill-winthrops-modell-of-christian-charity-1630
In April 1630, a fleet of four ships set sail for New England carrying four hundred settlers bound for the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
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86 A Letter Home From Massachusetts Bay in 1631
http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/5787
Over 20,000 migrants from England crossed the Atlantic to the new colony of Massachusetts Bay in the decade of the 1630s. This sudden influx of settlers became ...
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87 The Dyers' 1635 voyage from England to New England
http://marybarrettdyer.blogspot.com/2015/08/the-dyers-1635-voyage-from-england-to.html
... perhaps 100 other passengers, and sailed to new Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony. No one knows the name of the ship or the exact date ...
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88 popham colony - Maine's First Ship
https://mfship.org/home/history/popham-colony/
The Popham Colony The Virginia Company In 1603 with the death of Queen Elizabeth I, ... the charters to Ferdinando Gorges and the Massachusetts Bay Company.
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89 Reproduction of Massachusetts Bay Colony ship Arabella
https://www.alamy.com/reproduction-of-massachusetts-bay-colony-ship-arabella-image85831.html
Reproduction of Massachusetts Bay Colony ship Arabella · Image details · Search stock photos by tags · Similar stock images · Buying from Alamy · Selling with Alamy.
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90 Mental Floss on Twitter: "The ship that brought John Winthrop ...
https://twitter.com/mental_floss/status/380808772588822528
The ship that brought John Winthrop to the Massachusetts Bay Colony carried three times as much beer as water. #stayinteresting.
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91 Puritan Reformers and the Massachusetts Bay Colony
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92 https://www.worldcat.org/title/planters-of-the-com...
https://www.worldcat.org/title/planters-of-the-commonwealth-a-study-of-the-emigrants-and-emigration-in-colonial-times-to-which-are-added-lists-of-passengers-to-boston-and-to-the-bay-colony-the-ships-which-brought-them-their-english-homes-and-the-places-of-their-settlement-in-massachusetts-1620-1640/oclc/1930629/editions?sd=desc&start_edition=11&referer=di&se=yr&editionsView=true&fq=
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93 John Law's arrival into the Colonies Winter of 1651
https://www.myfourleggedstool.com/early-winter-1650---1651-charlestown-massachusetts-bay-colony.html
Charlestown, Massachusetts Bay Colony Winter 1650 – 1651 ... John braced against the ship's side and stepped cautiously until his legs found strength.
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94 Oglala (CM-4) - Naval History and Heritage Command
https://www.history.navy.mil/research/histories/ship-histories/danfs/o/oglala.html
Once construction was complete, she joined her sister ships Bunker Hill and Old Colony ferrying passengers between New York, N.Y., Boston, Mass., and Portland, ...
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95 Popham Colony: History: Discover History & Explore Nature
https://www.maine.gov/dacf/parks/discover_history_explore_nature/history/popham_colony/index.shtml
To return home to England, the colonists constructed the first ship ever built ... the first permanent settlement in Massachusetts Bay thirteen years later.
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