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Roger Williams and Rhode Island


Roger Williams and Rhode Island

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Item Number:
SM K6628
Price:
$29.95
Format:
VHS
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Length:
23 min.
Copyright:
1998
Closed Caption:
Yes
Producer:
Schlessinger Media
Grade Level:
3 - 7
ISBN:
1572252197
UPC:
753201026231
Summary:
Discover the story of Roger Williams, the rebellious Puritan minister who was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony and went on to establish the colony of Rhode Island in 1636 with Providence as its capital. Williams sought to create a community in which people were free to follow their own beliefs, to disagree and to share ideas. Other colonists seeking greater religious freedom soon joined Williams in what became known as the "Lively Experiment." This program looks at the influence of the Narragansett Indians in the region and the Puritan traditions observed by the settlers. Part of the Colonial Life for Children Video Series. A teacher's guide is included and available online.

Only available in the US.


Series Name:
    Colonial Life for Children Video Series



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