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In colonial Massachusetts, simply males may be preachers. Anne Hutchinson angered church leaders by way of preaching approximately God in the course of conferences in her domestic. The church leaders placed Anne on trial for her religious teachings.
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He gave them the gift to show that he had chosen them. Anne said people didn’t have to do good works to earn this gift. Most of the colony’s ministers disagreed with Anne. By the spring of 1637, arguments about religion were splitting the colony apart. Leaders were afraid that the king might send a royal governor to stop the trouble and run the colony. Massachusetts wanted to remain separate from England. The only way to do that was to get rid of the troublemakers. The General Court had to silence Anne.
If that happened, she would be jailed or even killed. She knew she had to move. She told her family that God had made a safe place for her in the Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam (later called New York). She bought farmland in Pelham, in what later became the Bronx, New York City. Anne bought land from the Dutch in New Amsterdam (above). She moved her family there in 1642. 40 Anne gathered her children, farm animals, and all that she owned. They moved once more to a new land. She was warned of the danger of attacks by Native Americans.
Surprise attacks from both sides were common. In late summer 1643, a group of Native Americans called the Siwanoy stormed toward Anne’s settlement. Most settlers fled to the Dutch military fort. But Anne, her family, and her followers stayed on their land. The Siwanoy warriors attacked. They killed Anne and six of her children. One young Hutchinson daughter lived. She was captured and stayed with the Siwanoy for several years before being let go. 42 Anne Hutchinson led a full life as “wife, mother, midwife, .
Anne Hutchinson (History Maker Bios) by Susan Bivin Aller