Published May 9, 2006
by Penguin Audio .
Written in English
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Apr 24, · Nathaniel Philbrick's book "Mayflower" appears at first glance to be merely a recounting of the Pilgrims journey to the New World and their miraculous survival that first winter culminating in the first Thanksgiving, that's all here, but takes up only about 80 pages of the + page book/5. Apr 12, · The first pages are about the Mayflower voyage, the first Puritan settlement in Plymouth, Massachusetts and their symbiotic relationship with the Pokanoket tribe. The focus of the second half of the book is the Puritan vs. Indian conflict known as King Philip’s War/5(). Robert Thibodeau, Intuitive Psychic Astrologer Robert is available for lectures and speaking engagements on astrological predictions, esoteric philosophy, spiritual science, self-development, tarot, theosophy, Steiner, and Buddhism. Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War is a historic nonfiction narrative by New York Times bestseller, Nathaniel Philbrick. The narrative outlines the reasons for the Mayflower’s historic voyage, before giving a realistic account of the Pilgrims in the New World during their first fifty-five years.
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