She challenged gender roles and Puritan orthodoxy.
Anne Hutchinson was banished from Massachusetts because of her beliefs which were believed to be heretic according to Puritan orthodoxy.
She was born in England and later became a follower of John Cotton who taught that people are directly responsible to God and not the church. When she moved to Massachusetts, she held religious meetings where she disagreed with many of the Puritan doctrines.
Her gender as a woman also served to infuriate the Puritan leaders who ruled the colony and in 1637, she was put on trial, convicted and banished for her religious beliefs.
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