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land and created the Colony of Providence which he named for God showing mercy upon him during the long winter. He became a staunch advocate for Native American land rights saying that the government had no right to give away Native American lands. Williams wrote the first Native American language dictionary. He won a Royal Charter from the Crown in 1644 and again in 1633 establishing the colony of Rhode Island. Roger Williams became a strong advocate for freedom and religion and the separation of Church and State. He described it as Liberty of Conscience or Soul Liberty. Compared government under religious rule as Spiritual Rape. Believed there needed to be a “Hedge and a Wall between The Garden of the Church and the Wilderness of the World.” When there was not, he believed that the garden became the wilderness as weeds began to grow among the congregation. Thomas Jefferson and John Locke both became adherents. He also helped to establish the first Baptist Church in America. Rhode island became a colony of toleration. It is home to the Oldest Synagogue in America as well as the Oldest Tavern in America. Many who were banished found safety in the colony. Image result for narragansett indians Related image Image result for colonial maryland Ann Hutchinson and Dissent Image result for wanton gospeller Image result for anne hutchinson Image result for anne hutchinson A Puritan spiritual leader and mother of 15. She was a proponent of Antinomianism between 1636 and 1638. 1634- Arrived in Boston and preached against Puritan Clergy who did not have the Holy Spirit Gathered a group of followers who practiced a belief in antinomianism- which discussed God’s Grace and salvation through the spirit. “Covenant of Grace” over the traditional “Covenant of Works.” Angered Puritans for questioning their faith As well as for being a female spokesperson on religion Followers included merchants, women, young people 1637- tried and convicted of sedition and contempt and banished. She along with her followers fled to Rhode Island. Later fled to New York in the area of the Bronx where she was massacred by the Siwanoy during Kieft’s War in 1643. By the 1650s, Massachusetts moved to arrest those who challenged their religious theocracy. Three Baptist ministers were whipped in Boston for preaching. In 1658, the colony passed a law to allow any Quakers found preaching in its jurisdiction to be arrested. Four Quakers were executed including Marmaduke Stephenson, William Robinson, Mary Dyer, and William Leddra
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Connecticut Colony Image result for colonial maryland Image result for Thomas Hooker Connecticut Image result for Thomas Hooker Connecticut Image result for colonial maryland Originally home to the Pequot, Narragansett, and Mohegan Indians. Organized as a Puritan settlement in 1636 Thomas Hooker- He was a member of the Cambridge Congregation in Massachusetts Bay. Rejected male suffrage being restricted to freemen. He left and settled along the Conneticuit River and founded
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