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By Louise Chipley Slavicek

Anne Hutchinson, America's first lady spiritual chief and one of many best-known ladies in colonial historical past, emigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony from England in 1634 together with her husband and eleven young ones. Charismatic and exceedingly good informed for a girl of her time, Hutchinson used to be banned from Massachusetts after publicly criticizing the Puritan ministry. together with her kin, she and several other dozen fans settled in Rhode Island and made their very own manner in a struggle for spiritual freedom. during this attractive new biography, readers will find out about this unparalleled woman's lifestyles, her trials and successes, and the way she formed the early colonial instances.

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A man of strong opinions and a natural leader, Winthrop was determined that the Massachusetts Bay Colony be as independent of royal and Anglican influence as possible. Consequently, when the stockholders of the Massachusetts Bay Company elected him as their leader, or governor, in late 1629, Winthrop refused to accept the position until they agreed to transfer the corporation’s headquarters from London to New England. indd 60 8/25/10 1:27 PM Abandoning England for America 61 In 1608, the Separatist group to which the Pilgrims belonged migrated to Holland, eventually settling in the city of Leyden.

But Cotton promised they would continue and eventually bring us to unspeakable joy. A Family Tragedy and a Spiritual Crisis From statements she made later in Massachusetts Bay, it is evident that Anne Hutchinson was immediately drawn to John Cotton’s distinctive views regarding how conversion occurs and how an individual can know whether he or she has truly been saved. She was particularly attracted to Cotton’s emphasis on conversion as a highly mystical and emotional event, rather than a primarily intellectual process for which Christians could prepare through scriptural study, good deeds, and pious thoughts.

By this time, she had already lost one other child, William, who was born in 1623. For some reason, the date of his death does not appear in the Alford parish records, but Anne’s biographer Eve LaPlante believes that he died sometime between 1626 and 1629. indd 47 8/25/10 1:27 PM 48 Anne Hutchinson Many believe that Hutchinson’s daughters Susanna and Elizabeth were victims of the Black Death, a version of the bubonic plague that devastated world populations in the mid-fourteenth century. Hutchinson’s grief launched her into a spiritual crisis as she began to question her religious beliefs and her faith in God.

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