Colonists Who Bucked the System: Colonial American Leaders

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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Who were the English colonists who disagreed with the King of England or its church members? Roger Williams, Anne Hutchinson, Thomas Hooker, William Penn, and James Oglethorpe had new visions for what American colonies should be. Students in third through sixth grade will learn why these people became instrumental in the founding of several original colonies by reading short passages and answering questions. A "must read" for those who are completing colony research projects when studying early Colonial America.
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Colonists Who Bucked the System: Colonial American Leaders
Colonists Who Bucked the System: Colonial American Leaders
Colonists Who Bucked the System: Colonial American Leaders
Colonists Who Bucked the System: Colonial American Leaders