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2013-08-16 22:05:54
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Anne Hutchinson, who was known as the most famous English woman in American history, was banished from the puritan Massachusetts BayÊColony and settled in Portsmouth, Rhode Island and later died at 52 inÊwhat is now theÊBronx, New York.


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No they did not. Roger Williams, Thomas Hooker and Anne Hutchinson were leaders themselves. They were asked to leave because the had different beliefs.

The Puritan government relied on a single belief system in the colony to keep their influence and power. Anne Hutchinson and her followers did not conform to the system and threatened that power.

Hutchinson was banished from or forced to leave the colony she started the settlement of Portsmouth

Thomas Hooker was forced to leave the Massachusetts Bay Colony. He had to leave when he disagreed with the Puritan leaders.

In 1637, Anne Hutchinson was charged with antimonian heresy, found guilty, and was banished from the Massachusetts Colony Bay.

She did not like the way the king was changing things in Massachusetts.

They didn't, they were transplants from the Massachusetts Bay Colony whose Puritan Theocracy they found intolerable.

Roger Williams. He founded the colony of Rhode Island, after leaving the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

He didn't agree with the way in which the Puritan church influenced the colony so he moved and formed his own colony(Rhode Island.)

Roger Williams: believed that the colony needed to tolerate different religious beliefs. Roger fled Massachusetts and found the settlement of providence later it became the colony of Rhode Island it was the first European colony to allow people to have beliefs different from his own.Anne Hutchinson: was brought to trial she believed people should pray directly to God rather than depend upon church teachings was forced to leave Massachusetts traveled to Rhode Island and started the settlement of Portsmouth.Williams and Hutchinson were residents of Puritan Massachusetts Bay Colony. They began to preach ideals that the Puritans didn't agree with. Williams came first and was banished. He went south and founded Rhode Island. Hutchinson came later and when she was banished, she joined Williams in Rhode Island.

Roger Williams often disagreed with the the Puritan leaders. Thomas Hooker just got up and leave to find riches from land.

They didn't support the New England Way, therefore they were forced to leave.

Thomas Hooker left the Massachutesetts Bay Colony because he wanted religion separated from government, And the puritan leaders didn't like that, So Thomas Hooker left.

You are thinking of Anne Hutchinson. In Puritan times (the early 1600s), women's role was to obey and submit, and they were not supposed to speak in public. But Anne had ideas of her own and even wanted to do some preaching; she believed some of the Puritan ministers were wrong about their interpretation of Christian scripture. She was a threat to the traditionalists, and she was driven out as a result. There are a number of books and essays that have been written about her life, but she certainly tried to expand what women were allowed to do, and she was willing to defend her beliefs, even if it meant being persecuted.

Roger Williams and Anne Hutchison had different religious beliefs, than the others in their settlements. Because of their religious differences they were both banned from their colony and fled to Narrangansett Bay with their followers.

Massachusetts before she was forced to leave

He left because he disagreed with the way the Puritan leaders ruled and he wanted a religious life to be separate from the government. He was the number one person to REACH Rhode Island, But Roger Williams Founded it because he claims that he had navigated them there and that he was a lier

they were forced to leave thier colony

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