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Review: Dorset Pilgrims: The Story of West Country Pilgrims Who Went to New England in the 17th CenturyUser Review - Bruce - Goodreads
This book starts out in the Western part of England and describes the area and culture through the families that 'emigrated'. These families first planted themselves in Massachusetts Bay Colony, but ... Read full review
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