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'''A Model of Christian Charity''' was [[Massachusetts]] [[Governor]] [[John Winthrop]]'s 1630 speech addressing the [[Massachusetts Bay Colony]].<ref>Boyer, 55</ref> In the speech he stated that Massachusetts would be a city upon a hill - in that the "the eies of all people" would be upon them.<ref>{{cite web|work=About.com|title= City Upon a Hill: Colonial American Lit.|format=HTML|author=Esther Lombardi|language=English|url=http://classiclit.about.com/library/weekly/aa112600a.htm}}</ref>
 
'''A Model of Christian Charity''' was [[Massachusetts]] [[Governor]] [[John Winthrop]]'s 1630 speech addressing the [[Massachusetts Bay Colony]].<ref>Boyer, 55</ref> In the speech he stated that Massachusetts would be a city upon a hill - in that the "the eies of all people" would be upon them.<ref>{{cite web|work=About.com|title= City Upon a Hill: Colonial American Lit.|format=HTML|author=Esther Lombardi|language=English|url=http://classiclit.about.com/library/weekly/aa112600a.htm}}</ref>
 
==References==
 
==References==
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Boyer, Paul, Clifford Clark, Jr., Nancy Woloch, Neal Salisbury, and [[Harvard]] Sitkoff. The Enduring Vision. 5th. New York: Charles Hartford,
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Boyer, Paul, Clifford Clark, Jr., Nancy Woloch, Neal Salisbury, and Harvard Sitkoff. The Enduring Vision. 5th. New York: Charles Hartford,
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 18:39, 15 November 2007

A Model of Christian Charity was Massachusetts Governor John Winthrop's 1630 speech addressing the Massachusetts Bay Colony.[1] In the speech he stated that Massachusetts would be a city upon a hill - in that the "the eies of all people" would be upon them.[2]

References

Boyer, Paul, Clifford Clark, Jr., Nancy Woloch, Neal Salisbury, and Harvard Sitkoff. The Enduring Vision. 5th. New York: Charles Hartford,

See also

Notes

  1. ↑ Boyer, 55
  2. ↑ Esther Lombardi. City Upon a Hill: Colonial American Lit. (English) (HTML). About.com.