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This frightened some, and 200 of the new settlers decided to return back to England rather than risk their lives in America. Governor Winthrop knew the key © Milliken Publishing Company to his colony’s survival lay in the delivery of much needed supplies and food to Salem from England. One of the 11 ships of the Great Migration, the Lyon, returned to England with Winthrop’s order for such supplies. But before the Lyon could return, 200 settlers died in the Massachusetts Bay colony. Many of those who had survived had contracted scurvy.
When Metacom himself was killed (shot by an Indian guide working for the English), he was decapitated and his body hacked to pieces. By the time the war ended, about 50 percent of the Indians living in New England had been either killed or had fled the region. Review and Write Why were colonial Indian wars often not simply struggles between whites and Indians? 35 © Milliken Publishing Company Bacon’s Rebellion I n the same year New England exploded into a full-blown Indian war, so Indian-related violence erupted in Maryland and Virginia.
____ 10. ____ 11. ____ 12. ____ Part II. Matching. Match the answers shown below with the statements given above. Place the letters of the correct answers in the spaces below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. A Christian sect that wished to purify the Church of England The Pilgrims intended to sail to America aboard the Mayflower and this ship, in 1620 Name of baby born on the voyage on the Mayflower Agreement among Separatists and “stranger” males to accept self-rule in the New World Site of colony established by the Pilgrims along the Massachusetts coastline Name of Native American who helped the Pilgrims; had been to England and spoke English Served as the only professional soldier among the Pilgrims First elected governor of the Pilgrim settlement in America; died during first winter of 1621 Second colony formed by Puritans in New England in 1630 Landing in New England of 1000 immigrants on 11 ships in 1630 Type of New England house featuring roof with one side steeper than the other Government created under original charter for Massachusetts Bay A.