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Of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647 Study Guide By
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Of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647 Study Guide consists of approx. 38 pages of summaries and analysis on Of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647 by William Bradford.
The Photographs of William Brissette By William Brissette
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In his first collection of photographs, William Brissette chronicles the natural beauty and quaint charm of his surroundings and travels. His lens captures historical landmarks such as Plymouth... More > Plantation and the Mayflower, the power and grace of Plymouth's rugged coastline, and stunning sunsets over Plymouth Harbor. A native New Englander, William Brissette photographs the untouched environment and colonial heritage that he encounters every day. He and his wife Susan live along the coast of Cape Cod Bay, where they enjoy the serenity of Plymouth's picturesque landscape.< Less
Donehogawa, a Story of Pilgrims and Native Americans By Burr Cook
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A short novel about a small group of men and boys who sail from Plymouth England in the year of 1626 and land near Cape Cod. They are all fleeing from perceived danger and have no plan to return.... More > They meet with adventure among the Pilgrims and the Native Americans of New England.< Less
Mary Chilton's Challenge: the First Step By James B Battles
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Mary Chilton was the first Pilgrim to step on Plymouth Rock. The First Step tells the story of Mary Chilton Winslow who along with her parents came to the new world aboard the Mayflower and settled... More > in Plimoth Planation. Mary tells how and why she and her parents left Leiden in the Netherlands to settle in the new world and of her experiences in the early days of Plimoth Plantation including being the first person on Plimoth Rock and participating in the First Thanksgiving. With the death of both her parents, Mary at 13 had to make her own way in the wilderness that was America in 1620. She was able to build her life in the new world and could well be considered one of our founding mothers. Mary is played as she would have been in the year 1671, a grandmother, at age 64 and living in Boston 50 years after her arrival on the Mayflower.< Less