The Hutchinson/Winthrop Conflict Descriptive Essay by cee-cee
The Hutchinson/Winthrop Conflict
An examination of the history behind the conflict between Anne Hutchinson and John Winthrop.
# 114629 | 1,820 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2009 |
Published on Jun 17, 2009 in History (U.S. American Society, 1640-1750) , Women Studies (Historical Figures)
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This paper discusses the conflict between Anne Hutchinson and John Winthrop, in which Winthrop wanted to rid Boston of Anne Hutchinson. The paper discusses their backgrounds and the history of their positions within their communities. It describes the political and religious environment at the time in order to understand the conflict that existed.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Ayto, John Dictionary of Word Origins, Arcade Publishing, New York: 1990.
- Hawthorne, John The Scarlet Letter, Bantam Classics, New York: 1981
- Kerber, Linda K. and Sherron DeHart Women's America, Refocusing the Past. Oxford University Press. New York: 1995
- Young, Ralph, Ph.D. Dissent in America, The Voices That Shaped a Nation. Pearson/Longman, Publishers. New York: 2006
- U.S. Library of Congress "Religion and the Founding of a Republic" www.loc.gov/exhibits/religion
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