They were escaping from the authority and persecution of the Church of England (the Anglican Church). They sought to practice their faith in a new land, unimpeded by the English authorities.
they either sucked it up or moved to back to England
Some reasons of why the colonists rebelled against the British were: 1. The Boston Massacre 2. Taxation without Representation 3. Intolerable Acts 4. Proclamation of 1763 5. The Stamp Act 6. The Quartering Acts 7. The Sugar act
New England colonies were usually founded by groups of people who wanted to find religious freedom in the New World. They were trying to escape persecution by the Anglicans in England. These colonies were usually run by the religion, a government type called an theocracy.
the colonists found out about the ship and tried to fight back for their freedom
They wanted to escape religious persecution back in England, and England agreed because it got the Puritans out of England.
The Loyalists were colonists who continued to support the Crown (Britain) at the start and during the American Revolution. One prominent Loyalist figure was Thomas Hutchinson of Massachusetts. After the war most went to Canada or the Caribbean or back to England to escape the hatred an abuse.
The colonists had run short of food and were quarreling with neighboring IndiansWhite returned to England, leaving behind 117 colonists. He planned to return in a few months. When he got back to England, however, he found the country was then preparing for war with Spain. It was three years before he was able to sail back to Roanokeo No other trace of the colonists remained.this day, the fate of the "Lost Colony" remains a mystery..ROOP
Roanoke was an English colony in what is now North Carolina. A ship was sent back to England for more supplies. When the ship returned, there were no colonists.
Gave it back to France, which made the colonists angryGave it back to France which made the colonists angry
They gave them their property and lives back after the revolutionary war. Even though some went to Canada and some back to England. That was very nice by the colonists.