The Mayflower Murderer and Other Forgotten Firsts in American History
In 1620, Peter Billington boarded the Mayflower determined to find a new life in the New World. Ten years later, the belligerent Billington earned the distinction of being America's first convicted murderer. The author presents readers with many entertaining, missing pieces of the American history puzzle. Photos and illustrations.
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