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Anne Hutchinson.

By: Slavicek, Louise Chipley.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Leaders of the Colonial Era: Publisher: New York : Infobase Publishing, 2010Description: 1 online resource (121 p.).ISBN: 9781438135069.Subject(s): Hutchinson, Anne Marbury, 1591-1643 -- Juvenile literature | Massachusetts -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Juvenile literature | Puritan women -- Massachusetts -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Puritans -- Massachusetts -- Biography -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Anne HutchinsonDDC classification: 974.4/02092 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; 1: A Woman Who Stood Up for Her Beliefs; 2: The Reverend Marbury''s Daughter; 3: Mistress Hutchinson; 4: A Crisis of Faith; 5: Abandoning England for America; 6: Anne Becomes Controversial; 7: Putting a Stop to the Rebellion; 8: Exocommunication; Chronology; Timeline; Bibliography; Further Resources; Picture Credits; Index; About the Author
Summary: Anne Hutchinson, America''s first female religious leader and one of the best-known women in colonial history, emigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony from England in 1634 with her husband and 11 children. Charismatic and exceptionally well educated for a woman of her time, Hutchinson was banned from Massachusetts after publicly criticizing the Puritan ministry. Along with her family, she and several dozen followers settled in Rhode Island and made their own way in a fight for religious freedom. In this engaging new biography, readers will learn about this exceptional woman''s life, her trials and successes, and how she shaped the early colonial times.
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Cover; Contents; 1: A Woman Who Stood Up for Her Beliefs; 2: The Reverend Marbury''s Daughter; 3: Mistress Hutchinson; 4: A Crisis of Faith; 5: Abandoning England for America; 6: Anne Becomes Controversial; 7: Putting a Stop to the Rebellion; 8: Exocommunication; Chronology; Timeline; Bibliography; Further Resources; Picture Credits; Index; About the Author

Anne Hutchinson, America''s first female religious leader and one of the best-known women in colonial history, emigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony from England in 1634 with her husband and 11 children. Charismatic and exceptionally well educated for a woman of her time, Hutchinson was banned from Massachusetts after publicly criticizing the Puritan ministry. Along with her family, she and several dozen followers settled in Rhode Island and made their own way in a fight for religious freedom. In this engaging new biography, readers will learn about this exceptional woman''s life, her trials and successes, and how she shaped the early colonial times.

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