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Shane Matchett History Essay number 1 People in England were hard working and dedicated They did all they could but every time a new king was made life got harder The oppression in England was becoming too hard for them They needed somewhere to go so there life would be free of taxes and religion and also they want a new change of life They decided to go across sea to the new colonies for a new life Many of people were against the kings way but when the king also took control of the Church of England it got worse The people were tired of hearing the beliefs of the king at church These people decided to separate from the Church of England and go to the new colonies thats why they are called separatist In the new colonies they had the right to their own beliefs Also another main reason the people decided to leave was because of taxes Once they paid the taxes and took care of whatever then there wasnt any money left to enjoy things Some people had enough trouble taking care of their selfs then they had wives and children to take care of also The Great Migration of 1630s was a great time for people to leave England They landed at the Mass Bay Colonies where it was warm and this is where a lot of people could find work easily This change was wonderful for people because they were tired of being cold and couldnt find work anywhere This was also a new and exciting place to go for them just like a long vacation that never ended If it was up to me back in this time I would be in New England in no time at all Being taxed heavily and not having anything to make me happy would drive me crazy out of my mind People didnt enjoy the king running their lives with
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