Anne Hutchinson

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Anne Hutchinson lived in Boston, Massachusetts, in the 1600s. She belonged to a group of Christians called Puritans. Anne believed that God spoke to her through the Bible. She held meetings at her house to explain the Bible and to talk about God’s messages. She was a brave woman and stood up for her right to speak about what she believed. In doing so, she lost her home, her church, and finally her life.

Pages: 48

Pages: 48

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An easy reader which tells the story of Anne Hutchinson. In colonial Massachusetts, only men could be preachers. Anne Hutchinson angered church leaders by preaching about God during meetings in her home. The church leaders put Anne on trial for her spiritual teachings.

  • Lucerna Academy families: Use this book for  week in Year 2 Dialectic History class.
  • Tapestry of Grace families: Use in Year 2 Unit 3. Replacement title for Anne Hutchinson: Religious Leader by Beth Clark and Anne Hutchinson: Religious Reformer by Melina Mangal.
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