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The Puritans were a significant grouping of English Protestants in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Puritan may also refer to:
- The Puritan, an anonymous Jacobean stage comedy
- The Puritan (Springfield), a famous statue in Springfield, Massachusetts by August St. Gaudens
- Puritan choir, Sir John Neale's theory about radical English Protestants in the Elizabethan Parliament
- Puritan Records, an American record label of the 1920s
- Puritan Bennett, a company which makes respiratory products
- Puritan City, a nickname for Boston, Massachusetts
- USS Puritan, any of several United States Navy ships which bore that name
- Puritan (yacht), a yacht which was the 1885 America's Cup defender
- Puritan (train), a named passenger train of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad
- The Puritan, a doom-metal band with Albert Witchfinder, formerly of Reverend Bizarre
- "The Puritan" (song), a song by the alternative rock band Blur
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