T. Hall's trial in the 17th century

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Why was T. Hall singled out for scrutiny?

How did T. Hall’s neighbors respond to the gossip that this person’s sex was unclear?

What authority did women claim in assessing the situation?

What authority did men claim?

What does the struggle to mark T. Hall’s gender identity suggest about the structure of community life and the roles of men and women in colonial America?


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