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Anne Hutchinson

  1. 1. Anne Hutchinson<br />By: kayleighHuneycutt<br />
  2. 2. She was born Anne Marbury on July 20, 1591. <br /> Anne was the daughter of Francis Marbury and Bridget Marbury<br />Anne was very well educated and read from her father’s library .<br />This is a statue of Anne was made to honor her and it sits in Boston, Massachusetts. 1st picture<br />
  3. 3. Anne married William Hutchinson on August 9, 1612. She was 21 at the time.<br />They emigrated to Massachusetts in 1634, following the sermons of John Cotton.<br />This is a picture of William and Anne. 2nd picture<br />
  4. 4. 3rd picture<br />Anne was fascinated by theological and religious issues and would hold weekly discussions in her home on Sunday, after service. <br />the attendance to these discussions grew and fellow colonists were surprised by her leadership in the discussions.<br />
  5. 5. Annewas a very outspoken person, who believed in the equal rights of women.<br />These beliefs did not go along with the Puritan lifestyle.<br />this is Anne during one of her sermons.<br />3rd picture.<br />
  6. 6. John Winthrop and other leaders were wary of Anne&apos;s teachings and thought that they went against the Puritan lifestyle.<br />Anne was charged of Antinomian Heresy and brought to trail in 1637. She was found guilty and banished from her colony later that year.<br />This was Anne during her trail. Picture 4<br />
  7. 7. <ul><li>But a few years after her husband died, Anne, her five children, and her servants where killed by Mohican Indians in September of 1643 in East Chester New York.</li></ul>After her banishment Anne, her family ,and some of her follows left and had a small settlement on the island of Aquidneck.<br />6th picture of Anne <br />
  8. 8. the reasons Anne is important to us today.<br />she fought for the things that she believed in.<br />And when she was charged for Antinomian Heresy she didn’t give in, when people expected here to.<br />Anne was one of the earliest women to voice her opinion on anything that went against her Puritan lifestyle.<br />
  9. 9. Information Bibliography <br />LaPlante/ American jezebel, Eve. &quot;Anne Hutchinson.&quot; Wikipedia. Ed. David D. Hall/ the Antinomian Controversy and Francis J. Bremer/Anne Hutchinson, Troubler of the Puritan Zion. 1 Sept. 2009. Web. 2 Sept. 2009. &lt;;.<br /> &quot;Anne Hutchinson.&quot; Anne Hutchinson. 07 Oct. 2003. Web. &lt;;. <br />&quot;Colonial America, 1591-1643.&quot; Anne Hutchinson. Web. &lt;;. <br />
  10. 10. Picture bibliography<br />1st picture-<br />2nd picture-<br />3rd picture - <br />4thpicture-<br />5th picture<br />6th picture-<br />