Salem Witch Trials
Daily Life of the Puritans
Laws and Punishment
Pilgrims and Puritans
The People

100

One of the three girls' names responsible for the Salem Witch hunts.
Who are Betty Parris, Abigail Williams, and Ann Putnam?

100

This was where you would take your horses or cows to graze.
What is the town green or commons?

100

The strict Puritan laws are based on this.
What is the Bible?

100

The years the Pilgrims and the Puritans came here from England.
What is 1620 (Pilgrims) and 1630 (Puritans)?

100

The person that believed the laws needed to be strict because they were to be "as a city upon a hill."
Who was John Winthrop?

200

This was the slave from Barbados that was accused of being a witch.
Who is Tituba?

200

This was the building the town meeting was held in as well as the church on Sunday.
What is the meetinghouse?

200

Each town sent their leader here so that they would have a say in the governing of the colony.
What is the General Court?

200

The ships' names that brought the Pilgrims and Puritans.
What is the Mayflower (Pilgrims) and the Arbella (Puritans) as well as 15 other ships?

200

The occupation of most men during the seventeen century in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
What is a farmer?

300

The punishment for being a witch.
What is being hanged?

300

If you were male you would need to be a part of this group from the time you were 10 until you turned 61.
What is the militia?

300

This was held once a year for the townspeople to discuss problems in their towns and vote on new laws.
What is the town meeting?

300

The names of the towns that each group originally settled in.
What is Plimoth (Pilgrims) and Salem (Puritans)?

300

These people would have young boys work as apprentices to learn the skills needed for the job.
What are craftsmen? (blacksmiths, carpenters, barbers, wig makers, butchers are some of the trades that would have them)

400

He was the one who finally put an end to the trials.
Who is the governor?

400

tag, marbles, leapfrog, hopscotch, nine pins, sack races and dolls
What are games that the Puritan children played?

400

The punishment that would send someone permanently away from the colony.
What is banishment?

400

The name of the colonies that each group started.
What is the Plimoth Colony and the Massachusetts Bay Colony?

400

She was the Puritan poet.
Who is Anne Bradstreet?

500

This is the cause of the witch trials.
What is girls having fits and telling people that witches put spells on them?

500

Getting up before sunrise, making everything from scratch, eating mostly stews and soups, working all day, having little time to play.
Why was it so hard to be a Puritan?

500

The device that would hold a person that has broken a law.
What is the pillory or stocks?

500

The reason that the Pilgrims almost didn't survive but the Puritans did much better.
What is the Puritans were much better prepared and had more people and money to help?

500

The reason Anne Hutchinson was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
What is preaching her own ideas about religion?