CU @ the Library: "377 Years Ago: Anne Hutchinson Led the Way"
Puritan Anne Hutchinson spoke her mind and followed her convictions in worship. As an early advocate of free speech and religion, she lived according to values that were the basis of the U.S. Bill of Rights. Why then, was she put on trial for disturbing the peace in Massachusetts Bay Colony? What was her defense in the trial that led to her banishment?
Professor Nan Goodman will present the answers to these questions, and give an insight into what it meant to be banished in early New England.
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