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She was criticized for leading popular bible studies (because she was a woman) and challenging the authority of ministers (church officials). Became known as “Separatists” because they started to separate/ have different ideas than the Puritans

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She was criticized for leading popular bible studies (because she was a woman) and challenging the authority of ministers (church officials).

  • Became known as “Separatists” because they started to separate/ have different ideas than the Puritans
  • She was encouraged by Roger Williams to establish her own settlement in Rhode Island.
  • She rejected the idea that government could control her religious beliefs= idea later used for the constitution of the United States.
  • Her trials and accusations against her make her the most famous, or infamous, English woman in colonial American history.

Anne Hutchinson

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Roger Williams
  • Founded Rhode Island in 1636 and separated church and state
  • One of the first to propose a separation of church and state
  • Established a colony in present day Rhode Island and started the first Baptist Church in America
  • Studied Native American languages and demanded that they be treated fairly in business dealings
  • Was one of the first abolitionists in the colonies (wanted to get rid of slavery) because he tried to outlaw slavery in his colony
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William Penn
  • An experiment in the possibility of equality and self-government
  • Quakers
  • Believed in being tolerant of other religions
  • Founded Pennsylvania
  • Wanted a place where Quakers could live according to their religious beliefs and make political decisions based on those beliefs
  • 1681-1776 wrote the “Frames of Government”…a document which guaranteed religious freedom to ALL settlers in Pennsylvania
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