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English and American Puritan autobiographies in the seventeenth century

Claude Hubbard

English and American Puritan autobiographies in the seventeenth century

by Claude Hubbard

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Published in 1978 .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Claude Hubbard.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 80551 (B)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination291 leaves.
Number of Pages291
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3092701M
LC Control Number82195912

Many of the British North American colonies that eventually formed the United States of America were settled in the seventeenth century by men and women, who, in the face of European persecution, refused to compromise passionately held religious convictions .   It was a measure of how little the New England Puritans sought isolation from the Old World that their greatest disappointment came when England's Puritan revolution in the mid-seventeenth century.

support and did not last long. New York was the home of the first newspaper published in for English American readers. Named Albion; or, the British and Colonial Foreign Gazette, it survived until and outlasted its rivals, the Old Countryman (), the Emigrant (), and the Anglo-American (). 17th century, 18th century, American literature (24) American, colonial (23) Books under this subject. The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne (28, copies) The Worship of the English Puritans by Horton Davies ( copies) John Winthrop.

Jeremiad The term jeremiad. refers to a sermon or another work that accounts for the misfortunes of an era as a just penalty for great social and moral evils, but holds out hope for changes that will bring a happier future.. It derives from the Old Testament prophet Jeremiah, who in the seventh century B.C. attributed the calamities of Israel to its abandonment of the covenant with Jehovah and. A history of English society. LONDON IN THE 17TH CENTURY. In Westminster was separate from London. However in the early 17th century, rich people built houses along the Thames between the two. In the late 17th century many grand houses were built west of London. Meanwhile, working class houses were built east of the city.


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Ryken's Worldly Saints offers a fine introduction to seventeenth-century Puritanism in its English and American contexts. 0 Items - $ My account / Register Home. : Library of American Puritan Writings: The Seventeenth Century (): Bercovitch, Sacvan: Books. Although this book has many of the quantities of an outline or heads of proposals rather than a formal history or a narrative, it substantially expanded my own understanding of how puritan New England was perhaps the most consequential expression of the English constitutional crisis precipitated by the Stuarts after Cited by: 5.

Powerful preacher, political negotiator for New England in the halls of Parliament, president of Harvard, father of Cotton Mather, Increase Mather was the epitome of the American Puritan.

He was the most important spokesman of his generation for Congregationalism and became the last American Puritan of consequence as the seventeenth century ended. 1. Perry Miller, The New England Mind: The Seventeenth Century and The New England Mind: From Colony to Province.

Okay, so I have already bumped the list up to six, in order to include both volumes of Perry Miller’s magnum opus. These books hooked me on the Puritans and early American religion when I read them in graduate school. Then in the s Sacvan Bercovitch (; ) turned to the Puritans to explain American political rhetoric from the seventeenth century to the present day.

Puritan typology, he argued, mixed the sacred and the secular to sanctify America in a continuous arc of redemptive history. According to Bercovitch (; ) the unique qualities of. Captivity narratives were used for Puritan rhetorical purposes throughout the 17th and mid 18th centuries, many focusing on redemption of the captive through their personal faith while surrounded by their captors.

Michelle Burnham writes in her book Captivity & Sentiment: Cultural Exchange in American Literature, that “Indian captivity narratives emerge during this period [17th. The second major area to be colonized by the English in the first half of the seventeenth century, New England, differed markedly in its founding principles from the commercially oriented Chesapeake tobacco colonies.

Settled largely by waves of Puritan families in the s, New England had a religious orientation from the start. The Puritans were members of a religious reform movement that arose in the late 16th century and held that the Church of England should eliminate ceremonies and practices not rooted in.

The Puritans were originally members of a group of English Protestants seeking "purity", further reforms or even separation from the established church, during the group is also extended to include some early colonial American ministers and important lay-leaders.

The majority of people in this list were mainstream Puritans, adhering strictly to the doctrine of Predestination. John Bunyan, (born NovemberElstow, Bedfordshire, England—died AugLondon), celebrated English minister and preacher, author of The Pilgrim’s Progress (), the book that was the most characteristic expression of the Puritan religious outlook.

His other works include doctrinal and controversial writings; a spiritual autobiography, Grace Abounding (); and the. This new biography on Anne Hutchinson examines the life of this perennially fascinating and controversial woman within the dynamic social and cultural contexts of seventeenth-century England and North America.

Drawing upon the latest scholarship, Timothy D. Hall presents Hutchinson as a literate, highly intelligent agent of a militant Protestant vanguard pressing to extend English influence. Increase Mather (J Old Style – Aug Old Style) was a powerful Puritan clergyman in the Massachusetts Bay Colony and was president of Harvard College for twenty years (–).

He was influential in the administration of the colony during a time that coincided with the notorious Salem witch trials. This volume describes English Puritan book printing and publishing at Amsterdam and Leiden in the early seventeenth century.

The book deals with the connection between Puritan religion and the history of printing through a study of the Dutch-English network of authors, printers, and booksellers. "George McKenna argues that American Puritanism of the seventeenth century has been important throughout all of American history.

He also wants to bring the Puritans back to life as living contributors to the parlous political discourse of the contemporary. United States. On both counts—as historical primer and thought-provoking contemporary commentary—he is successful.

THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes Volume VII: English CAVALIER AND PURITAN Edited by A.

Ward & A. Waller. The result of these stresses and adaptations, he argues, was continued vitality in American Puritanism during the second half of the seventeenth century. Foster draws insights from a broad range of souces in England and America, including sermons, diaries, spiritual autobiographies.

The tragic and fascinating history of the first epic struggle between white settlers and Native Americans in the early seventeenth century: “a riveting historical validation of emancipatory impulses frustrated in their own time” (Booklist, starred review) as determined Narragansett Indians refused to back down and accept English authority.A devout Puritan minister in seventeenth-century.

So they rushed to catch up in the 17th century. The Spanish have already been in Latin America by that point since, you know, So the English are over a century.

The separation of church and state in Massachusetts during the seventeenth century: was similar to Virginia's colonial government __________ described best the actions of the Puritan leaders in Massachusetts Bay. Time Period: New France, 17th century Moore’s novel turns New-World adventure on its head with its depiction of a world of suffering and irreparable violence.

About a young Jesuit missionary sent to the wilds of what is now present-day Quebec and Ontario, The Black Robe goes far beyond the Romantic aspects of travel and rather seeks to depict.Puritans › Massachusetts › Social conditions › 17th century (1) Massachusetts › Social conditions › 17th century (1) Women › Biography (1) Massachusetts.

Charter () (1) Great Britain › History › Early Stuarts, (1) Elite (Social sciences) › Massachusetts › History › 17th century (1).Puritanism, a religious reform movement in the late 16th and 17th centuries that was known for the intensity of the religious experience that it fostered.

Puritans’ efforts contributed to both civil war in England and the founding of colonies in America. Learn more about Puritanism, its history, and beliefs.