The Pilgrim Chronicles Rod Gragg Award-winning historian Rod Gragg brings the Pilgrims to life in this lavishly illustrated guide filled with moving, eyewitness narratives. Through the vivid memoirs, letters, and personal accounts in The Pilgrim Chronicles, you will discover the full, compelling story of their anguished journey and heroic strength as they seek religious freedom.
Of Plymouth Plantation William Bradford Enduring starvation, plague, internal and external conflicts, natural disasters and countless other calamities, about a hundred of those first arrivals lived long enough to establish the foundational foothold that would grow into modern America. This is their story, penned as a journal during 1630-1651 by William Bradford, who was Plymouth Colony Governor five times for a period of nearly thirty years.
Plymouth in the Words of Her Founders Paul Jehle This pocket guide is indispensable to the student of American history or the Christian who wants to defend the righteous actions of the Pilgrim Fathers. The guidebook considers the writing of the founders interprets the specific monuments erected in memory of the Pilgrims, the founders of Plymouth.
Mourt’s Relation: A Journal of the Pilgrims of Plymouth Jordan D. Fiore Originally printed in 1622, this is the first published account of the coming of the Pilgrims to the New World to settle Plymouth Plantation. It is an invaluable primary resource for Pilgrim history and provides the first documented report giving an account of the harvest feast that we know as the First Thanksgiving.
The Boy Who Fell Off the Mayflower, or John Howland’s Good Fortune P. J. Lynch When he left the docks of London, John Howland little knew that he was embarking on the adventure of a lifetime. From the light on the froth of a breaking wave to the questioning voice of a teen in a new world, P.J. Lynch captures the dangers and adversity of the Pilgrim’s lives in New England.