Four Women in a Violent Time: Anne Hutchinson (1591-1643) Mary Dyer (1591?-1660) Lady Deborah Moody (1600-1659) Penelope Stout (1622-1732).
Traces the lives of four women who struggled for civil rights and justice in seventeenth-century America.
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The Great MingleMangle
A Fiery Covenant
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Alford Amsterdam Anne Hutchinson Anne's banishment Bartholomew began Bible boat Boston braves called canoe Captain Captain John Underhill charter chief Christ church Coddington colony congregation Court Covenant of Grace daughter Deputy Governor Dutch England English father Francis Marbury friends girl God's Governor Winthrop Gravesend harbor head heard Holy husband Indians Island isters John Cotton John Winthrop Kieft King knew Lady Deborah Moody Lady Moody land later Lenni Lenape living London magistrates Mary Dyer Massachusetts Bay ministers Mistress Hutchinson never Penelope Stout perhaps preached Puritan Quakers religious Reverend John Richard Stout Roger Williams sailed Salem scalped Separatists sermons settlers ship shouts Sir Ferdinando Sir Henry Vane Sir-Harry soon Spirit spoke squaws Star Chamber Stillwell stood tion Tisquantum took town trial turned Underhill voice Wheelwright white skins wife wild Willem Kieft Wilson woman women wooden Word wrote young