The Landing of the Pilgrimsby James Daugherty
In England in the early 1600s, everyone was forced to join the Church of England. Young William Bradford and his friends believed they had every right to belong to whichever church they wanted. In the name of religious freedom, they fled to Holland, then sailed to America to start a new life. But the winter was harsh, and before a year passed, half the settlers had died. Yet, through hard work and strong faith, a tough group of Pilgrims did survive. Their belief in freedom of religion became an American ideal that still lives on today.
James Daugherty draws on the Pilgrims' own journals to give a fresh and moving account of their life and traditions, their quest for religious freedom, and the founding of one of our nation's most beloved holidays—Thanksgiving.
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This account of the first three years the Pilgrim Separatists spent at Plymouth Plantation reads like a novel. It is filled with adventurous episodes, danger, and treachery. This bit of history is certainly an example of the truth being more interesting than fiction!
So i never really got into the book its not to exiting