Anne Hutchinson

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In her father's library, Anne found ample resources for her interests in theology. She would form her own unique opinions on different subjects over the years, however, being unfitting of her sex, she would confine these ideas to a small circle of confidantes. Anne kept her silence until the age of 43 when she sailed to New England with her husband, 15 children, and John Cotton (a puritan radical)...
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Under the premise that she was entering a community where religion would be freely shared and discussed, Anne began to open up on the voyage. Several of the colonists warned the local clergy when the ship docked, yet, upon investigation, they could find no fault with her. Anne soon realized that the city on a hill would be as accepting of individuals as the country she left behind...
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