Puritan Parker Bernard Parker

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Puritan Parker  by  Bernard Parker

Puritan Parker by Bernard Parker
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Puritan Parker is an historical narrative that traces William Parkers journey from England to Boston in 1635, his role in the founding of Hartford, CT in 1636, and his military adventures in the Pequot Indian War of 1637. The massacre at FortMorePuritan Parker is an historical narrative that traces William Parkers journey from England to Boston in 1635, his role in the founding of Hartford, CT in 1636, and his military adventures in the Pequot Indian War of 1637.

The massacre at Fort Mystic (over 600 men, women and children) was justified on religious grounds and illustrates the dangers when Church and State are one. The Puritan colonists failed to understand the Indians worldview. They applied their own cognitive yardstick to the Native American culture and misinterpreted the Indians actions



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