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Anne Hutchinsonís Way
Jeannine Atkins (au); Michael Dooling (il)
In 1634, young Susanna Hutchinson travels from England with her parents and siblings, landing in the new World. There the family hope to practice their religion as they fit. But Anne, Susannaís mother, does not like the ministerís manner. She begins holding meetings in her home and speaking about Scripture. The gatherings grow crowded. However, some of the townspeople arenít happy about a woman preaching, esp. since her thoughts differ from the ministerís. Then Anne is charged with disturbing the peace of the colony and is summoned to court. This story about one of our countryís first heroines and her struggle to uphold what later became our most precious freedom -- that of speech. Full-color illustrations.
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