Since he is in my line and he came over on the Mayflower it is extremely interesting.
I read this in combination with the Governer William Bradford's Letter Book and Mourts Relations and Good Newes from New England by Edward Winslow.
Nothing of the kind of challenges that the Leyden pilgrims faced in Massachusetts will seem familiar to a modern reader.
Nice volume, rec'd promptly, just as described; highly recommend this seller! A+++++++++Published 13 days ago by bookworm
I fin this unreadable. Maybe because I got the kindle editionPublished 19 days ago by Corvette lover
The way Bradford writes is so different from the way we write today. This book takes awhile to read and understand as it is written in very long sentences. Read morePublished 7 months ago by jake
I had to have this as a source for my Genealogy research, my 11th Great Grandfather was the Elder William Brewster so it was important to me to have this book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by B. Pascale
My admiration for those of Plymouth Plantation knows no bounds as the brave William Bradford thought enough of our civilization to write this book under what had to be the most... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Janet S.
If you are a descendant of a Mayflower Pilgrim or just love history, this book is a must have. As I am a descendant of over 3 Mayflower Pilgrims, this book will remain a part of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tonya Crippen
Since he is in my line and he came over on the Mayflower it is extremely interesting. My direct line off the boat is William White. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Janelle Stimson