Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Mayflower Pilgrims were Educated Men

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Copyright, 1904, by A. S. Burbank, Plymouth Captain Miles Standish

Photograph by A. S. Burbank, Plymouth The Site of the Old Fort, Burial Hill, Plymouth

Copyright, 1904, by A. S. Burbank, Plymouth Elder William Brewster

Photograph by A. S. Burbank, Plymouth First Church, Plymouth
The entrance to Burial Hill is shown on the Right

Photograph by A. S. Burbank, Plymouth The Pilgrim Fathers' Memorial, Plymouth
Photograph by A. S. Burbank, PlymouthGovernor Carver's Chair and Ancient Spinning Wheel
Photograph by A. S. Burbank, PlymouthThe Grave of John Howland
Photograph by A. S. Burbank, Plymouth Governor Edward Winslow
The only authentic Portrait of a Mayflower Pilgrim
All Photos came from Project Gutenberg The Romantic Story of the Mayflower Pilgrims, Albert Christopher Addison

2 comments:

  1. Yes they were! Interesting article. See more about the Mayflower Pilgrims and their Family History at; http://familyforest.com/products/4/e-books

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  2. They believed that everyone should read the Bible. In order to do that people had to be able to read.

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