Naked Quakers, Witches, and Puritans: Life in the Early Massachusetts Bay Colony

Campus: LI Campus

Subject: History

Presentation title: "Naked Quakers, Witches, and Puritans: Life in the Early Massachusetts Bay Colony"

Faculty Members Name : Heather E. Barry, Ph.D.

Faculty contact information: hbarry@sjcny.edu

Description of Presentation: This presentation gives an accurate portrayal of society in the seventeenth-century Massachusetts Bay Colony. The religious beliefs of Puritans will be explained and how early Quakers and witches threatened Puritan society.

Intended Audience: High School and Undergraduate College Students

Hard/software needs: A computer with internet connection and a projector to show a PowerPoint Presentation is needed.

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