Enslavement & Resistance in New England: 1620 to 1760

"Afford them no shelter"--Cotton Mather re enslaved Christians who had escaped. Historian Richard Boles offers a nuanced exploration of the role of Puritan theology in New England slavery, and the way that enslaved Black and indigenous people shaped the society around them. This is the fourth in Partnership of Historic Bostons' lecture series, Enslavement & Resistance: New England 1620-1760. sign up now! The next online session will be Wednesday, Dec. 6.  More info to come. For more information go to https://historicbostons.org/

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