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Anne Hutchinson

Summary: Anne Hutchinson taught the scripture and was convinced that God meant woman to be equal to man. As she grew older, Anne began to blend religious and political ideas. People looked down on her because of her religious teachings.
Anne Hutchinson was born in Alford England. She received experience as a midwife while she was a teenager helping her mother in her later pregnancies. Anne's father taught her as he would have taught a son. Anne married William Hutchinson; she had a number of children. Most survived to adulthood, which was rare for the time. She dove into the scripture and was convinced that God meant woman to be equal to man. As she grew older, Anne began to blend religious and political ideas. Other women wanted her to assist them in dangerous and fearsome pregnancies ("Anne Hutchinson, First American Feminist"). People looked down on her because of her religious teachings. Hutchinson only wanted people to hear what she had to say. She wanted everyone to have the equal chance to hear what she had learned by listening to the sermons of John Cotton. He believed in...

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