Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth from 1602 to 1625
This volume contains an authentic history of the Pilgrim Fathers who planted the Colony of Plymouth, from their origin in John Robinson’s congregation in 1602 to his death in 1625-written by themselves. The document of first importance is “Gov. Bradford’s History of the Plymouth Colony,” which takes precedence over everything else relating to the Pilgrims in time, authority, and interest. It contains a detailed history of their rise in the north of England, their residence in Holland, the causes which led to their emigration, and the means whereby they transported themselves to America.
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