The Puritans Were Not Tolerant of Other Religions

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Arienne King
by Smithsonian Channel
published on 03 April 2021

In 1630, the Puritans fled England to the Massachusetts coast, looking to evade religious persecution. Within 20 years, they had become the persecutors, directing their wrath at the Quakers.

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