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The journal of William Bradford, who served five terms as governor of the Plymouth colony, is an indispensable document of the events of early American history. His eyewitness account includes the stories of the Pilgrims’ sojourn in the Netherlands, the voyage of the Mayflower, the hardships of the New World, relations with the Indians, and the colony’s growth from an endangered enterprise to a thriving city. This edition of Bradford’s Of Plimoth Plantation presents the text in language made more accessible to the modern reader
This is a great piece of history preserved and well written. Contrary to the biased and illegitimate reviews just below, this is a great detailed and descriptive view of the pilgrim's travels and engagements. The pilgrims have been maligned and greatly misrepresented but to hear of their great ENDEAVORS and travails and how their Christian beliefs made quite a positive and miraculous difference as they carried on and showed what it means to know and trust Jesus Christ with their lives! History preserved and a must listen to. This is truly courageous!
I've read some books with views hateful toward Catholicism, but this is the most disturbing anti-Catholic preface I've ever read. If you want to judge a religion, that's fine by me-- but you should understand it before you do. Everyone jumps to conclusions to Catholics and never gives them a chance. Contradictory to common belief, that is NOT a Christ-like practice. That's all I have to say.
What an ugly, hateful biggited preface, I thought I was reading Mein Kampf.
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