Bradford's History "Of Plimoth Plantation" from the Original Manuscript
In about 1630, Gov. William Bradford began to record the history of Plymouth Colony from its inception until 1647, finishing his manuscript in 1651. This history was used in manuscript form by many of the early American historical writers, but it was not
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