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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Mourt's Relation
  • Edward Winslow
  • English
  • 28 October 2019
  • 9780918222848

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  1. says:

    A quiet and unusual glimpse of early Puritan experiences in New England, including some dubious interactions with the people who were already residents God Providence plays a major role.

  2. says:

    This is a key primary document of 17th century Massachusetts It is a nearly day by day account of the first year or so of Plymouth Plantation It makes a nice companion to On Plymouth Plantation because it is day by day the latter title ends up focusing on the legal struggles that the colony underwent fascinating to be sure, but the many adventures and setbacks that the colony faced in its earliest days are not gone into O...

  3. says:

    Edward Winslow recorded his experiences in Plymouth Colony in the early 17th century and that forms the basis for this book It is not complicated reading and tells the story of the early English based Massachusetts ...

  4. says:

    This is a delightful little volume The longest letter, A Relation or Journal of the Proceedings of the Plantation settled at Plymouth in New England is a fascinating account of their journeys in and around Pl...

  5. says:

    Amazing first hand account of the earliest days of Plymouth.

  6. says:

    I realize it s weird to enjoy reading 17th century English, but it was fun There were moments of humor like William Bradford stepping into a deer trap , and cringing an old woman lamenting that her three sons were all enslaved by the previous Englishmen who had come , and I lear...

  7. says:

    This is one of the few primary sources for the founding of the Plymouth colony, and the first 3 4 of it reads like an adventure novel Since it s the Pilgrims in their own words, it s a novel with an unreliable narrator and all the ugly biases inherited by English people of that period It s most interesting when you see them struggling with the morality of things like digging up the corn the Indians buried with their dead they knew it was wrong, but the text makes clear they were already half starved and other less justifiable offenses The last part of the book is an argument for the existence of the colony It is sanctimonious rubbish, but valuable for the arguments AGAINST settlement that they felt the need to refute For instance, apparently some people had the silly idea that the natives owned their land But fome will fay, what right haue I to goe liue in the heathens countrie , and it was necessary to refute this by explaining what a great GOOD could be done for the India...

  8. says:

    arranged business affairs for the Pilgrims, so he had a vested interest in seeing the enterprise in the New World succeed While making sure the relations got published, his introduction downplays the hardships faced first attempts prove difficult while stressing potential earnings from such an investment His three hopes for the undertaking are the furtherance of the kingdom Christ, the enlarging of the bounds of our sovereign lord King James, ...

  9. says:

    When I read this book it s like I stepped back in time and went to the beginning of the pilgrim s journey into this North American land It is a first hand account of the adventures they had and the dangers they faced when they were establishing their colonies It is also a great historica...

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