Filled with maps, paintings, and historical illustrations, this fascinating biography by Gary Schmidt introduces readers to the dramatic story of the William Bradford, the founder of Plymouth Colony. From his early life, to his growing reputation among Pilgrim and Stranger alike on the Mayflower to his days leading the fledgling colony, this engaging account of his life opens a new perspective on Plymouth. 200 pages, softcover.
Leaving behind a prosperous life in England, William Bradford and the other Pilgrims traveled on the Mayflower to a strange land in search of religious freedom. There Bradford established a stable colony, trying to be fair to both the colonists and the local Native Americans.
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