threats to the social order-9/11/06

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Threats to the Social Order as the colonies grew I. Mistress Anne Hutchinson Key Terms A. Background Anne Hutchinson B. Her challenge to the Social Hierarchy King Philip’s War C. Impact Bacon’s Rebellion II. King Philip’s War Salem, MA A. Causes B. Attack C. Tide Turns D. Effects III. Bacon’s Rebellion A. Causes B. Role of Nathaniel Bacon C. Effects IV. Witches A. Why study? B. What happened in the 1650’s? C. What happened in the 1690’s? D. Effects I. A. The family moved to the colonies: admired minister John Cotton Covenant of Grace A midwife-she delivered babies and it lent status to her (she was an influencial member of the female community) B. Women’s meetings-she took John Cotton’s sermans and made them into more than what he said and it challenged the Puritain orthodoxy Charged in November 1637: Winthrop’s reprimand Hutchinson’s defense-she did very well in defending herself but she made a big mistake by saying God spoke to her directly C. Banished from Massachusetts went to Rhode Island and were killed by Indians
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