She grew up in Alford in Lincolnshire, where her father taught her scripture. Inshe married William Hutchinson, a merchant and member of a prominent family.
Background[ edit ] In a portrait painted by her later poems, Bradstreet is described as 'an educated English woman, a loving wife, devoted mother, Empress Consort of Massachusetts, a questing Puritan and a sensitive poet.
At the age of sixteen she married Simon Bradstreet. Both Anne's father and husband were later to serve as governors of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Anne and Simon, along with Anne's parents, emigrated to America aboard the Arbella as part of the Winthrop Fleet of Puritan emigrants in Due to the illness and starvation of Gov.
John Endecott and other residents of the village, their stay was very brief. Most moved immediately south along the coast to Charlestown, Massachusetts for another short stay before moving south along the Charles River to found "the City on the Hill," Boston, Massachusetts.
The Bradstreet family soon moved again, this time to what is now Cambridge, Massachusetts. InAnne had her first child, Samuel, in Newe Towne, as it was then called.
Despite poor health, she had eight children and achieved a comfortable social standing. Having previously been afflicted with smallpox as a teenager in England, Anne would once again fall prey to illness as paralysis overtook her joints in later years.
In the early s, Simon once again pressed his wife, pregnant with her sixth child, to move for the sixth time, from Ipswich, Massachusetts to Andover Parish.
North Andover is that original town founded in by the Stevens, Osgood, Johnson, Farnum, Barker, and Bradstreet families among others.
They never lived in what is now known as "Andover" to the south. Both Anne's father and her husband were instrumental in the founding of Harvard in Two of her sons were graduates, Samuel Class of and Simon Class of In Octoberthe Harvard community dedicated a gate in memory of her as America's first published poet see last paragraph below.
On July 10,their North Andover family home burned see "Works" below in a fire that left the Bradstreets homeless and with few personal belongings. By then, Anne's health was slowly failing. She suffered from tuberculosis and had to deal with the loss of cherished relatives.
But her will remained strong and as a reflection of her religious devotion and knowledge of Biblical scriptures, she found peace in the firm belief that her daughter-in-law Mercy and her grandchildren were in heaven.
Anne Bradstreet died on September 16, in North Andover, Massachusetts at the age of 60 of tuberculosis. Four years after the death of Anne inSimon Bradstreet married for a second time to a lady also named Anne Gardiner.
In Simon died and was buried in Salem. That site and the Bradstreet Gate at Harvard as well as the Bradstreet Kindergarten in North Andover may be the only places in America honoring her memory.Anne Hutchinson was a leader in religious dissent in the Massachusetts colony, nearly causing a major schism in the colony before she was expelled.
She's considered a major figure in the history of religious freedom in America. Although Anne Hutchinson is historically documented to have been banished as a religious dissenter, the real motive for her persecution was that she challenged the traditional subordinate role of women in Puritan society by expressing her own religious convictions.
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Anne Hutchinson (née Marbury; July – August ) was a Puritan spiritual adviser, mother of 15, and an important participant in the Antinomian Controversy which shook the infant Massachusetts Bay Colony from to Washington wanted to keep the new nation out of ongoing dispute when it was still finding its way.
Washington wanted to keep the new nation out of ongoing disputes when it was still finding its way. isolationists throughout American history have used Washington's words to argue against going to war.