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William Bradford, Squanto and the Pilgrims

American Minute with Bill Federer Of 102 Pilgrims that landed in Massachusetts in November of 1620, only half survived till spring. In the Spring of 1621,...

Pilgrims, Mayflower and God

American Minute with Bill Federer SEPTEMBER 16, 1620, according to the Gregorian Calendar, 102 passengers set sail on the Pilgrims' ship, Mayflower, with the blessings...

The Spanish Armada, Divine Providence and Pilgrims?

American Minute with Bill Federer Spain led the Holy League to defeat the Muslim Ottoman Turkish Navy at the Battle of Lepanto near Corinth, Greece,...

Geneva Bible and the Pilgrims

American Minute with Bill Federer Britain's William Laud had spies listen to pastors' sermon to see if they said anything against the King's ordinances. If they...

Squanto and the Pilgrims

American Minute with Bill Federer Governor William Bradford called him "a special instrument sent of God." Of 102 Pilgrims that landed in Massachusetts in November of...

From William Bradford's journal

American Minute with Bill Federer As part of the Holy League, the Spanish defeated the Muslim Ottoman fleet, led by Ali Pasha, at the Battle...

From William Bradford’s journal

American Minute with Bill Federer As part of the Holy League, the Spanish defeated the Muslim Ottoman fleet, led by Ali Pasha, at the Battle...

William Brewster

William Brewster died APRIL 18, 1644. His position as a leader of the Pilgrim church in England led to his capture and imprisonment. Fleeing to Holland,...

William Bradford, Pilgrim Governor

American Minute with Bill Federer Spain won the first major naval victory over the Muslim Ottoman navy at the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. Seventeen years...

Edward Winslow

American Minute with Bill Federer The only Pilgrim to have his portrait painted, Edward Winslow was born OCTOBER 18, 1595. He joined the Separatists, a persecuted...

Squanto: A Special Instument Sent of God

American Minute with Bill Federer Governor William Bradford called him "a special instrument sent of God." Of 102 Pilgrims that landed November 1620, only half...

Pilgrims Set Sail

American Minute with Bill Federer SEPTEMBER 16, 1620, according to the Gregorian Calendar, 102 passengers set sail on the Pilgrims' ship, Mayflower. Their 66-day journey...

Law In the Plymouth Colony, 1620-1629, by Joseph Story

It was declared, almost in the language of Magna Charta, that justice should be impartial; that no person should suffer "in respect to life, limb, liberty ...

“One Small Candle Will Light a Thousand” — The Pilgrims & Religious Freedom

They were the pioneers of religious freedom—the openers of an asylum in the New World, to which the persecuted for religion's sake, and political opinions, have been flocking from that day to this. - Jackman in reference to The Pilgrims.

"One Small Candle Will Light a Thousand" — The Pilgrims & Religious Freedom

They were the pioneers of religious freedom—the openers of an asylum in the New World, to which the persecuted for religion's sake, and political opinions, have been flocking from that day to this. - Jackman in reference to The Pilgrims.