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John Winthrop was the governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony after it was founded.

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Rodger Williams founded Rhode Island in 1636 in search ofreligious freedom. He ventured off into the wilderness after he had been told to leave Massachusetts, his former home, abandoning his family. He soon ran into a group of Natives near Narragansett Bay. They took care of him through the winter. In the spring, he bought some land off the Natives, and started a settlement with his family and a few followers also seeking religious freedom. Others soon followed beginning settlements of their own and they soon became the Colony of Rhode Island.

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