Of Plymouth Plantation

Puritan Society: Of Plymouth Plantation: the first-hand history written by William Bradford, governor of the Plymouth settlement. Wow, America had some amazing, God-fearing ancestors.

Thanksgiving Coloring Pages - Pilgrim Leader William Bradford

Thanksgiving coloring pages for kids, Pilgrim Leader William Bradford Thanksgiving coloring pages including pilgrims and indians coloring pages

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Image result for william bradford

The Manor House, Austerfield, South Yorkshire ~ Birthplace of William Bradford.

William Bradford (Plymouth Colony governor) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Bradford (March 19, 1590 – May 9, 1657) was an English Separatist leader of settlers at Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts. He served as governor for over 30 years after the previous governor, John Carver, died.

Brooklyn Museum - Embarkation of the Pilgrims - Robert Walter Weir - overall.jpg I am a direct descendant to William Bradford and I am in the process of proving my line, almost done.

William Bradford - Winter Sunset

William Bradford - Winter Sunset

William Bradford: Plymouth Colony's Inspiration | Social Studies for Kids

William Bradford William Bradford was the governor of Plymouth colony. He came to New England on the Mayflower in 1620 and in on the death of John Carver, was chosen leader of the Pilgrims.

Crafty Moms Share: Who Was at the First Thanksgiving? Interesting Facts about William Bradford, Second Governor of Plymouth Colony

Crafty Moms Share: Who Was at the First Thanksgiving? Interesting Facts about William Bradford, Second Governor of Plymouth Colony

Thursday, November 23, 2017 is #ThanksgivingDay!  The first #thanksgiving was in 1621 in Plymouth.  This 3-day #feast was organized by Governor William Bradford to #celebrate the first successful corn harvest.  Spend time today with family around your #cascading #waterfountain: http://www.waterstatues.com/productslist.asp #thewaterfountainguy

Thursday, November 23, 2017 is #ThanksgivingDay! The first #thanksgiving was in 1621 in Plymouth. This 3-day #feast was organized by Governor William Bradford to #celebrate the first successful corn harvest. Spend time today with family around your #cascading #waterfountain: http://www.waterstatues.com/productslist.asp #thewaterfountainguy

William Bradford's (Mayflower passenger) grave-Scott's Great x ? grandfather. His grave overlooks Plymouth harbor and Plymouth rock.

William Bradford's (Mayflower passenger) grave-Scott's Great x ? His grave overlooks Plymouth harbor and Plymouth rock.

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