Anne Hutchinson In “Anne Hutchinson versus Massachusetts” by Wellington Newcomb (American Heritage, June 1974, 13 pages) and “The Massachusetts Bay Colony Case Against Anne Hutchinson” by Thomas Hutchinson (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1936, 19 pages), both articles talk about the Massachusetts case of Puritan woman Anne Hutchinson, but the case is presented differently in each article. “The Massachusetts Bay Colony Case Against Anne Hutchinson” is a primary source since it is the court transcript and only contains the dialogue, but “Anne Hutchinson versus Massachusetts” is a secondary source and in this article, the author analyzes the case against Anne. In Newcomb’s article, he gives a detailed description of the case including the mistakes Anne made that lead to her exile. Anne Hutchinson was on trial for troubling the peace of the church and commonwealth by having exposed a major flaw in the Puritan Doctrine, holding meetings in which she preached a covenant of grace, and giving people the knowledge of their salvation. The Puritans followed the Calvinist doctrine, which stated that salvation of God was predestined, thus the church would preach a covenant of grace. To be accepted into the church, ministers would follow an applicant around and examine his behavior. If the applicant was saved, he would exhibit behavior that suggested a state of grace and be accepted into the church. Anne Hutchinson proclaimed that using this method of good behavior as evidence that a person was saved was not preaching a covenant of grace and accused the clergy of preaching a covenant of work. Along with accusing ministers of preaching a covenant of works, Anne accused the ministers of being inadequate to preach a covenant of grace. Anne believed the only minister who could preach a covenant of grace was Reverend John Cotton. Cotton was the only minister Anne trusted to deliver the scripture without devaluing it. Hutchinson also said the ministers could not
Anne Hutchinson was born Anne Marbury on July
17,1951 in Alford, Lincolnshire, England. She was born to
Francis Marbury, a clergyman and Puritan Reformer, and
Bridget Dryden, a descendant from royalty. Anne was the
oldest of 13 children. Her father observed a lack of
competency among the ministers within the Church of
England. He believed that they did not get their positions
through proper training, but for political based reasons.
Francis was arrested three times for speaking out against…
Puritan Dissent Essay
John Winthrop, Roger Williams, and Anne Hutchinson all hoped to accomplish great things in the New World and did accomplish many great things. Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson were both opposition of John Winthrop in the fact that they were Puritan dissenters. John Winthrop believed in the combined power of church and state, whereas, Roger Williams believed in the separation of the power of church and state, and Anne Hutchinson was an Antinomian teacher who taught salvation was…
"Quaker Women in the American Colonies"
During the colonial period, women were considered inferior to men and “nothing more than servants for their husbands.” During the eighteenth century, unmarried Quaker women were the first to vote, stand up in court, and evangelize; although Quaker women enjoyed rights that women today take for granted, they were most known for their religious radicalism. According to Rufus Jones, a professor at Harvard, the Quakers “felt, as their own testimony plainly…
the catholic Europeans along with disease spelled disaster for the natives. The Europeans did not view the natives in the same way that the natives viewed them. The Europeans viewed the natives as commodities to be exploited.
2. Anne Bradstreet and Anne Hutchinson are two of the best-known Puritan women in United States history, but for very different reasons. Using your textbook, Bradstreet's poetry, and Hutchinson's trial transcript as the basis of your analysis, write at least one well-formed…
Name: Hannah Nava-Holstein date due: September 7, 2012 period: 7 #11
APUSH: The American Pageant- Reading Guide
Chapter 3: Settling the Northern Colonies, 1619-1700
A. The Protestant Reformation Produces Puritanism
1. Who started the Protestant Reformation in Europe? Martin Luther began the Protestant Reformation by nailing a set of protest against the Catholic doctrine in 1517.
2. Who was the leader of the Calvinist movement in Europe? John Calvin is the leader of the Calvinist movement…
Pryor to the Europeans settling in the Americas, specifically England was suffering from religious oppression. In “The Trail of Anne Hutchinson” Anne, a puritan leader, is persecuted for the practice of her own religious beliefs. The governor of this trial states that “I am persuaded that the revelation she brings forth is delusion” as “[Mrs. Hutchinson was found guilty].” This trial was a major part in why the Puritans…
exercising irresponsibility but rather as a means of boosting morality and responsibility to the villagers.
Jackson illustrates the irrationality of the barring thoughts of individuals. In this short story, woman can be likened to that of Anne Hutchinson. Anne Hutchinson is a renowned historical figure whose persecution came as a result of her independent thoughts. In this story, Tessie stands out as an individual who does not pay…
The Spanish Empire
Massachusetts Bay Colony
City Upon a Hill
French and Indian War
Proclamation of 1763
Main Ideas: Answer in one or two sentences.
barely able to carry to throw at Tessie Hutchinson. The name Delacroix translates into “of the cross”. Bobby Martin, who is the first to gather and stuff stones in his pocket, has the surname “Martin” which derives from a Middle English word signifying ape or monkey. This surname may urge us to be aware of the Hairy Ape within us all, as Helen Nebeker states in her critical essay “The Lottery: Symbolic Tour de Force”. As per Nebeker, Tessie Hutchinson also has a name steeped in meaning. Her…
-Rhode Island & Providence
2. When was your colony offiaclly recognized by England, i.e. founded?
-The Rhode Island colony was founded in 1636
3. Who founded your colony?
-Rhode Island was founded by Roger Williams and other colonist such as Ann Hutchinson at providence
4. Why was your colony founded? Four what purpose? Business expansion? Religious freedom? Etc. was it in the New England Middle or South colonies?
-Rodger Williams founded the colony in 1936. He granted religious and political freedom…