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From Puritans To Catholics: Religion in Boston’s North End

Free Lecture Series



 ‘Puritans’ and Others in 17th-Century Boston
September 26th, 6:30-7:45 at The Commons (5th floor) Sargent Hall, Suffolk University, 120 Tremont St.

Prof. David Hall, Bartlett Professor New England Church History Emeritus, Harvard Divinity School

Professor Hall will show how the diaries of people such as Samuel Sewall and Cotton Mather along with the notebooks of John Hull, help us understand how early Boston functioned. These sources illuminate how puritans led their lives and how others disputed or agreed with them as some groups, such as merchants, were more attuned to England than to any local heritage.

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