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By Louise Chipley Slavicek

Anne Hutchinson, America's first lady spiritual chief and one of many best-known girls in colonial heritage, emigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony from England in 1634 together with her husband and eleven kids. Charismatic and awfully good trained for a girl of her time, Hutchinson was once banned from Massachusetts after publicly criticizing the Puritan ministry. together with her kinfolk, she and a number of other dozen fans settled in Rhode Island and made their very own means in a struggle for non secular freedom. during this enticing new biography, readers will find out about this unparalleled woman's lifestyles, her trials and successes, and the way she formed the early colonial occasions.

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Indd 35 8/25/10 1:27 PM 36 Anne Hutchinson It is likely that the biggest influence on Hutchinson’s Puritan beliefs was John Cotton, the minister of nearby Boston. Although she had to travel a great distance to hear his sermons, Hutchinson was drawn to his speaking ability and distinctive theological views. His teachings would later lead her to adopt even more radical theological attitudes regarding salvation than Cotton held. indd 36 8/25/10 1:27 PM Mistress Hutchinson 37 His remarkable natural intelligence and deep love of learning were obvious from a very early age.

The bubonic plague visited a number of market towns and cities in Lincolnshire County during the late 1620s, and in June 1630, the disease arrived in Alford, where it struck with a vengeance. By the time the illness had run its course eight months later, 140 people, out of an estimated total population of 700 to 800 had died. At the outbreak’s height in late July and early August of 1630, one particularly hard-hit family lost six of its members, five of them children, in a space of just 12 days.

During her childhood, Bradstreet was encouraged by her parents to read widely and received private tutoring in literature and several languages. After she and Simon settled in Massachusetts, Anne began writing poetry in her spare time. Published female authors were rare in seventeenth-century England and unheard of in the colonies. Consequently, Anne never imagined that any of her writings would appear in print. Her husband and brother-in-law, however, so admired her work that they secretly arranged to have a collection of Anne’s poems published in London in 1650, under the title The Tenth Muse, Lately Sprung Up in America.

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