The American Puritans: Their Prose and Poetry

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INDEX
Adams, Charles Francis, 48
Adams, Henry, 60
Aggawam (see Ipswich)
America, 12, 213 Puritans' voyage to, 13-16
Ames, William, 21
Amsterdam, 5-6
Anabaptists, 44
Anarchy, 131, 139
Ancestors, 222-24
Andros, Gov. Edmund, 116, 121
Ann, Cape, 37
Antinomian Crisis, The, Winthrop, 50-59
Antinomianism in the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, Adams, 48
Antinomians, 22, 48, 50
Arbella, 36, 78
Aristocracy, 135
As Weary Pilgrims, Now at Rest, Bradford, 274-75
Author to Her Book, The, Bradford, 266-67
Authority, 139
Autobiographical writings, 225-26
by Samuel Sewell, 240-56
by Thomas Shepard, 226-30
by John Williams, 256-64
Ball, John, 21
Baptists, 121
Bay Psalm Book, The, preface to, Mather, 320-22
Before the Birth of One of Her Children, Bradford, 270- 71
Biblical prophecies, 213
Biography of Richard Mather, 231-40
Body of Liberties, The, 94
Bonifacius, Mather, 215 extracts from, 216-21
Boston, England, 7, 48, 85
Boston, Mass., 37-38, 41-43, 45, 48, 50, 53-54, 57, 60, 85, 108, 183, 235-37
Bradford, William, 4-20, 78, 338
Bradstreet, Anne, 265-66, 338 meditations by, 275-81 poems by, 266-75
Bradstreet, Simon, 275
Brewster, William, 4, 20
Brown, Mary, 214
Brucer, 63
Bulkeley, Edward, 301
Bulkeley, Peter, 55, 144, 149 sermon by, 150-52
Butten, William, 15
Calvinists, 143
Cambridge, Mass., 41, 44, 47, 109, 112, 192, 282, 323 (See also Newtown)
Cambridge Platform, The, 37
Cape Cod, 16, 18
Captives, Indian, 256-64
Carver, John, 4, 19
Charity, 217-21
Charles I, King, 137
Charles II, King, 36, 78, 108
Charlestown, Mass., 38
Christian Calling, Cotton, 172-82
Church of England, 1-2, 21, 36, 63, 75, 108, 121
Churches, autonomy of, 121- 22
Churches' Quarrel Espoused, The, Wise, 122
Citizenship, limitation of, 108
Civil government, 124-28, 130-37, 139-42
covenant theory of, 144
Coddington, Mr., 55
Communion, 309
Concerning Ancestors, Stoddard, 222-24
Concord, Mass., 144, 149

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Table of contents

  • Contents iii
  • Title Page v
  • Foreword ix
  • Chapter One - History 1
  • Chapter Two - State and Society 78
  • Chapter Three - This World and the Next 143
  • Chapter Four - Personal Narrative 225
  • Chapter Five - Poetry 265
  • Chapter Six - Literary and Educational Ideals 320
  • A Brief Bibliography 336
  • Index 341
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