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CHAPTER 2 -- Part 4:
One of New England's most powerful Indian groups was destroyed in an armed conflict in 1637.
A 1662 religious compromise allowed colonial New Englanders whose parents were not part of the Puritans to join the church.
The right to face one's accuser in court was one of the liberties that English people were entitled to.
The English king was subject to the rule of law because of his rights.
All Christian denominations in Maryland were granted free exercise of religion in 1649.
A swashbuckling soldier of fortune with rare powers of leadership and self-promotion was appointed to the resident council.
The Puritan leader and governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony decided to use the colony as a refuge for Puritans and as an instrument of building a "wilderness Zion" in America.
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