Rough Draft by:Michael Jutras Thomas Hutchinson was a businessman,historian,and an important loyalist politician of Massachusetts bay in the years before the american revolution. The son of a merchant, Thomas Hutchinson devoted himself to business before beginning his career In 1737 as a member of the General Court of Massachusetts Bay, where he served almost nonstop until 1749. He continued to rise in politics by serving as a member of the state council as lieutenant governor of the superior court (britannica). Then he became the Massachusetts Royal governor.
She was a pioneer while fighting for the education of blacks immediately following the war, during a time in which most women themselves were not allowed an education. Though she was shunned by most of white Richmond following the war, President Grant appointed her Postmaster of Richmond, a predominantly male post, in 1869. She would serve in that capacity until
Thomas Hutchinson (9 September 1711 – 3 June 1780) was a businessman, historian, and a prominent Loyalist politician of the Province of Massachusetts Bay in the years before the American Revolution. A successful merchant and politician, Hutchinson was active at high levels of the Massachusetts government for many years, serving as lieutenant governor and then governor from 1758 to 1774. He was a politically polarising figure who, despite initial opposition to Parliamentary tax laws directed at the colonies, came to be identified by John Adams and Samuel Adams as a proponent of hated British taxes. He was blamed by Lord North (the British Prime Minister at the time) for being a significant contributor to the tensions that led the outbreak of
Hutchinson held meetings with women to discuss her own theological views, recent sermons, and question church policies. In the text of “The Massachusetts Bay Colony Case Against Anne Hutchinson (1637)”, the governor tells Mrs. Hutchinson, “Why for your doings, this you did harbor and countenance those that are parties in this faction that you have heard of”. The governor is accusing Anne of disrupting the laws of God and causing instability because when one person speaks out it creates a chain reaction. This includes more people questioning and even rebelling against their leaders and religion. In another incident in the writing of The Massachusetts Bay Colony Case Against Anne Hutchinson (1637)”, the governor ask Mrs. Hutchinson a question
In 1634, a woman that would play one of the biggest roles in the development of early America came to Massachusetts from England. Before immigrating to the New World though, Anne Hutchinson lived in London with her husband William Hutchinson. There, a minister, John Cotton, who believed you didn’t need to follow the laws and rules of society to connect with God, resonated greatly with Anne. The idea that religion is based on personal views would be taken with her to the New World, where she would become an icon for conservative Puritanism and steadfast determination.
About 124 years ago today, an important woman arrived at our colony, her name was Anne Hutchinson. She was one of our founders and a significant figure, not only known in this colony. Anne had a different interpretation of the Bible, this was against the Puritan rule in Massachusetts, and that’s why she was exiled to Rhode Island. While she lived in Massachusetts, Anne was recognized for holding church meetings in her own home. This was because of the way she interpreted the Bible.
The change she was trying to represent was women becoming more powerful in the society. The Puritans were afraid of her. They didn’t want her to get any more powerful. Besides Anne’s meetings being seen as unorthodox by some of the colony's ministers, differing religious opinions within the colony eventually became public debates. The resulting religious tension erupted into what has traditionally been called the Antinomian Controversy, but has more recently been labelled the Free Grace Controversy.
Anne Hutchinson was the exception to this trend within the Puritan community because she had her own sessions of religious meetings. Women were banned to speak in public churches in 1636 mainly because of Hutchinson. She was exiled from Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1637. Although Anne Hutchinson was exiled from Massachusetts Bay,
She was against slavery and for women's rights. She spoke all over the nation about different topics including, “ national social movements, speaking forcefully for the abolition of slavery, women's rights and suffrage, the rights of freedom, temperance,
In fact, most if not all Quakers felt the same way. But she knew that she would never be able to end slavery alone. Maybe one day things will turn around and there will be a change she always thought. Weeks, months, and days have passed and the same old things were going on in her community.
(Truth 254). She noticed women trying incredibly hard to gain their rights. Women wanted to be viewed as equals and felt they were no different than men. Truth was successful in her speeches because it gave women to power to speak up and push for their right to vote. If she never advocated for these women, society today may be very different.
Susan B. Anthony was born into a Quaker family, with the hope that everyone would one day be treated equal. She denied a chance to speak at a temperance convention because she was a woman(Susan B. Anthony). From this point on, she knew that she needed to make a change. Susan B. Anthony, because of her intense work involving women 's’ rights, highly influenced all of the societies and beliefs that were yet to come. She employed a huge role in our history because of the fact that she advocated for women’s rights, for the integration of women in the workforce, and for the abolition of slavery.
Leadership is one of the most important functions of management and plays central role in driving employees towards mission while achieving organizational goals (Maxwell, 2013). This paper studies one of the most influential leader in public health who have made great contributions in enabling better healthcare outcomes. In this regard, influential leader’s contributions to the healthcare community and its leadership style will be thoroughly evaluated. To determine how this influential leader become a great visionary, factors contributing to the leader’s success will be thoroughly evaluated. The paper also analyzes the influential leader’s circumstances / struggles and recommends alternative approaches, which could have been employed in order
When someone hears the word “influential”, they often think about their family or friends. While my family and friends have made a big impact on my life, there is one person who has given me more motivation than anyone else I know in my day to day life. Her name was Elizabeth Blackwell. She is most well known as the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States, and as well as the first woman on the UK Medical Register. She faced harassment while going to college, and struggled everyday to achieve a degree in medicine.
Each individual has their own values and initiative of a situation. However it is important that those values are clear and justifiable in order to show impeccable courage. Accessing the target goals and final outcome of the situation should always be taken into account, in order to achieve the correct and suitable care. As mentioned before honesty is a key aspect that collaborates with courage. Being honest provides strength to speak out and take action, stepping out of comfort zones, hurdling obstacles and taking risks (Kantor, 2015).