Why did the Puritans settle in North America?
The Pilgrims and Puritans came to America to practice religious freedom. In the 1500s England broke away from the Roman Catholic Church and created a new church called the Church of England. Everyone in England had to belong to the church. … The Pilgrims decided to settle in this area and called it Plymouth.
Were there Puritans on the Mayflower?
Traveling with the Pilgrims were about two dozen non-separatist Puritans, whom the Pilgrims sometimes called “strangers,” a few servants, and a crew of 30 sailors — 102 passengers in all. After a rough crossing, the Mayflower arrived at the tip of Cape Cod on November 10.
Where did the Catholic settle?
Most of the Catholic population in the United States during the colonial period came from England, Germany, and France, with approximately 10,000 Irish Catholics immigrating by 1775, and they overwhelmingly settled in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Did the Puritans and natives get along?
Explanation: The Native Americans welcomed the Puritans when they entered the “New World.” Puritans believed in one God and Native Americas believed in multiple. Their culture clash began some conflict and this one small event was the start of a unique type of feud.