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The Pilgrim reader; : the story of the Pilgrims as told by themselves & their contemporaries, friendly & unfriendly

Label
The Pilgrim reader; : the story of the Pilgrims as told by themselves & their contemporaries, friendly & unfriendly
Title
The Pilgrim reader;
Title remainder
the story of the Pilgrims as told by themselves & their contemporaries, friendly & unfriendly
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The story of the Pilgrims as told by themselves and their contem-poraries, friendly and unfriendly
Cataloging source
DLC
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1896-1972
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Willison, George F.
Dewey number
974.4
Illustrations
maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
F68
LC item number
.W74
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony)
  • Massachusetts
Label
The Pilgrim reader; : the story of the Pilgrims as told by themselves & their contemporaries, friendly & unfriendly
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [567]-570)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. In England -- Beginnings -- The Lord's free people -- The Scrooby Congregation -- William Brewster -- Young William Bradford -- A special stay -- The Scrooby pastor: Richard Clyfton -- Flight -- Escape -- II. In Holland -- Amsterdam -- The ancient brethren -- Exodus -- Leyden -- The Pilgrim press -- John Robinson -- The Green Gate in Bell Alley -- Crosses and sorrows -- III. The Virginia business -- A damp in the business -- Robert Cushman and John Carver -- Instances of inducement -- The Seven Articles -- The Blackwell disaster -- The hunt for "Mr. B." -- The Wincob patent -- IV. Weston's company -- Thomas Weston and his merchant adventurers -- Articles of agreement -- Quirimonies and complaints -- Jangles among the agents -- Prayers, tears, fasting, and feasting -- Sad and mournful parting -- V. Speedwell -- Quarrels with Weston -- Robinson's advice -- Leaky as a sieve -- VI. A weighty voyage -- The Mayflower Company -- More troubles -- Landfall -- Whither bound? -- Mutiny on the Mayflower -- The Mayflower Compact -- VII. Discoveries -- The first discovery -- Return to Cornhill -- "Men, Indeans!" -- Thievish harbor -- VIII. Hard and difficult beginnings -- Their randevous -- Laying out New Plimoth -- New discomforts -- The general sickness -- Pattern of mortality -- IX. Welcome! -- Military orders -- Samoset -- Massasoit, the big chief -- Last sight of the Mayflower -- The king at home -- Adventures on Cape Cod
  • X. Special providences and thanksgiving -- Squanto -- New life -- William Bradford, governor -- First marriage -- Skins of the modest women of the Massachusetts -- Harvest -- Thanksgiving -- XI. Fortune -- Fortune -- News from Leyden -- Complaints from London -- Dangers of self-love -- Bradford's defense of his brethren -- Winslow's useful advice -- Pirates -- XII. Cold comfort -- The pale -- First Christmas ashore -- Squanto plays his own game -- Massasoit scowls -- Bad news from the eastward -- Aid beyond expectation -- The fort -- Plymouth's second harvest -- A pirate as providence -- John Pory -- Plymouth in 1622 -- XIII. Intruders -- Weston's desertion -- Beware! Beware! -- An unwelcome rival -- Loss of Squanto -- Havoc at Wessagusset -- The Pilgrims urge caution -- XIV. Massacre at Wessagusset -- Standish at Manomet -- Winslow: Medicine man -- Corbitant and the seventh commandment -- Hobomok's story -- Snares and traps -- Massacre -- Concerning those poor Indians -- XV. Gaunt hunger -- Weston again -- New land dispensation -- All victuals spent -- Further crosses and frustrations -- Rain-making -- XVI. Anne and little James -- New members -- Daunted and dismayed -- News from London -- John Oldham's particular company -- Sir Ferdinando's devious hand -- Winslow to England -- Plenty and to spare -- XVII. Sixes and sevens -- Shipwreck -- Despair at Leyden -- Troubles in London -- Religious and other complaints -- More losses and crosses -- An acre of ground -- XVIII. Plymouth's first pastor -- As if made all of love -- Private meetings and whisperings -- Tumults -- Judgment Day -- Second fall from grace -- Hand of God -- Thumps and reconciliation -- XIX. Heavy tidings -- Demands from the adventurers -- Friendly letters from Leyden -- Losses, and pirates again -- Standish to London -- John Robinson dies -- Cushman's death
  • XX. Wampum -- Joint trading ventures -- Composition with the adventurers -- First land dividend -- Distribution by lot -- The undertakers -- Aptucxet and the Dutch -- Wampum -- Plymouth in 1627: a Dutch view -- XXI. A double blessing -- Allerton's private trade -- More saints from Leyden -- Salem -- Plymouth's first settled pastor -- The last of the Pilgrims -- Deacon Fuller: Salver of bodies and souls -- The Pilgrim saddle on the bay horse -- XXII. Merry mount -- Dancing and frisking together -- Thomas Morton -- Trade in firearms -- Battle of Merry Mount: Pilgrims' version -- This outrageous riot: Morton's version -- To his old nest again -- Another portrait of Deacon-Doctor FUller -- To the Bilboes -- New English Canaan -- XXIII. Allerton; First Yankee trader -- Patent business -- A Pilgrim father hanged -- Mr. Allerton's singular way -- Disastrous bargain in salt -- A very profane young man -- Winslow to London -- Timothy Hatherly -- Friendship and White Angel -- Allerton's accounts -- Base fellows -- Josiah Winslow: Accountant -- Robbert at Pentagoet -- White Angel again -- Oh, that man! -- Exile -- XXIV. Pushed around -- Perils of prosperity -- Smallpox epidemic -- Opening up Connecticut -- Killing on the Kennebec -- John Alden jailed -- Repent, you cruel Separatists, repent! -- Petition to the commission -- Arrest of Winslow -- Loss of Pentagoet -- Hurricane -- Ousted from Connecticut -- Pequot War -- XXV. Church affairs -- Roger Williams -- "Prophecying" -- Strange opinions and stranger practice -- Mr. Norton -- Teacher John Reyner -- Monsters and witches -- A pestilent seducer: Samuel Gorton -- The "Larned Mr. Channcy" -- Able gospel-preachers -- XXVI. End of a tedious business -- New complaints from abroad, confusion at home -- More rumblings, shakings, and signs of God -- Inflation -- Invitation to London declined -- Break in the stock market -- Sherley's compromise proposal -- Ghost of the White Angel laid at last
  • XXVII. Moral matters -- Sin and Satan's envy -- Inquiries from Boston -- Mosaic law -- A very sad spectacle -- Doubts about New Canaan -- Death of Brewster -- Not by bread alone -- Another ghost appears -- XXVIII. Union an dispersion -- United colonies of New England -- Ruling Elder Thomas Cushman -- Left like an ancient widow -- Saved by pirates again -- Halleluiah! -- XXIX. Departure and death of the old standards -- Toleration scuttled -- Winslow's last mission to London -- Another breach: Teacher Reyner resigns -- Sheep without shepherds -- Winslow's death -- Standish dies -- Death of Bradford -- Intimations of immortality -- Afterword -- Appendix: The Pilgrim Company
Control code
ocm01386184
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xvii, 585 pages
Lccn
53005045
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
maps (on lining paper)
System control number
(OCoLC)01386184
Label
The Pilgrim reader; : the story of the Pilgrims as told by themselves & their contemporaries, friendly & unfriendly
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [567]-570)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. In England -- Beginnings -- The Lord's free people -- The Scrooby Congregation -- William Brewster -- Young William Bradford -- A special stay -- The Scrooby pastor: Richard Clyfton -- Flight -- Escape -- II. In Holland -- Amsterdam -- The ancient brethren -- Exodus -- Leyden -- The Pilgrim press -- John Robinson -- The Green Gate in Bell Alley -- Crosses and sorrows -- III. The Virginia business -- A damp in the business -- Robert Cushman and John Carver -- Instances of inducement -- The Seven Articles -- The Blackwell disaster -- The hunt for "Mr. B." -- The Wincob patent -- IV. Weston's company -- Thomas Weston and his merchant adventurers -- Articles of agreement -- Quirimonies and complaints -- Jangles among the agents -- Prayers, tears, fasting, and feasting -- Sad and mournful parting -- V. Speedwell -- Quarrels with Weston -- Robinson's advice -- Leaky as a sieve -- VI. A weighty voyage -- The Mayflower Company -- More troubles -- Landfall -- Whither bound? -- Mutiny on the Mayflower -- The Mayflower Compact -- VII. Discoveries -- The first discovery -- Return to Cornhill -- "Men, Indeans!" -- Thievish harbor -- VIII. Hard and difficult beginnings -- Their randevous -- Laying out New Plimoth -- New discomforts -- The general sickness -- Pattern of mortality -- IX. Welcome! -- Military orders -- Samoset -- Massasoit, the big chief -- Last sight of the Mayflower -- The king at home -- Adventures on Cape Cod
  • X. Special providences and thanksgiving -- Squanto -- New life -- William Bradford, governor -- First marriage -- Skins of the modest women of the Massachusetts -- Harvest -- Thanksgiving -- XI. Fortune -- Fortune -- News from Leyden -- Complaints from London -- Dangers of self-love -- Bradford's defense of his brethren -- Winslow's useful advice -- Pirates -- XII. Cold comfort -- The pale -- First Christmas ashore -- Squanto plays his own game -- Massasoit scowls -- Bad news from the eastward -- Aid beyond expectation -- The fort -- Plymouth's second harvest -- A pirate as providence -- John Pory -- Plymouth in 1622 -- XIII. Intruders -- Weston's desertion -- Beware! Beware! -- An unwelcome rival -- Loss of Squanto -- Havoc at Wessagusset -- The Pilgrims urge caution -- XIV. Massacre at Wessagusset -- Standish at Manomet -- Winslow: Medicine man -- Corbitant and the seventh commandment -- Hobomok's story -- Snares and traps -- Massacre -- Concerning those poor Indians -- XV. Gaunt hunger -- Weston again -- New land dispensation -- All victuals spent -- Further crosses and frustrations -- Rain-making -- XVI. Anne and little James -- New members -- Daunted and dismayed -- News from London -- John Oldham's particular company -- Sir Ferdinando's devious hand -- Winslow to England -- Plenty and to spare -- XVII. Sixes and sevens -- Shipwreck -- Despair at Leyden -- Troubles in London -- Religious and other complaints -- More losses and crosses -- An acre of ground -- XVIII. Plymouth's first pastor -- As if made all of love -- Private meetings and whisperings -- Tumults -- Judgment Day -- Second fall from grace -- Hand of God -- Thumps and reconciliation -- XIX. Heavy tidings -- Demands from the adventurers -- Friendly letters from Leyden -- Losses, and pirates again -- Standish to London -- John Robinson dies -- Cushman's death
  • XX. Wampum -- Joint trading ventures -- Composition with the adventurers -- First land dividend -- Distribution by lot -- The undertakers -- Aptucxet and the Dutch -- Wampum -- Plymouth in 1627: a Dutch view -- XXI. A double blessing -- Allerton's private trade -- More saints from Leyden -- Salem -- Plymouth's first settled pastor -- The last of the Pilgrims -- Deacon Fuller: Salver of bodies and souls -- The Pilgrim saddle on the bay horse -- XXII. Merry mount -- Dancing and frisking together -- Thomas Morton -- Trade in firearms -- Battle of Merry Mount: Pilgrims' version -- This outrageous riot: Morton's version -- To his old nest again -- Another portrait of Deacon-Doctor FUller -- To the Bilboes -- New English Canaan -- XXIII. Allerton; First Yankee trader -- Patent business -- A Pilgrim father hanged -- Mr. Allerton's singular way -- Disastrous bargain in salt -- A very profane young man -- Winslow to London -- Timothy Hatherly -- Friendship and White Angel -- Allerton's accounts -- Base fellows -- Josiah Winslow: Accountant -- Robbert at Pentagoet -- White Angel again -- Oh, that man! -- Exile -- XXIV. Pushed around -- Perils of prosperity -- Smallpox epidemic -- Opening up Connecticut -- Killing on the Kennebec -- John Alden jailed -- Repent, you cruel Separatists, repent! -- Petition to the commission -- Arrest of Winslow -- Loss of Pentagoet -- Hurricane -- Ousted from Connecticut -- Pequot War -- XXV. Church affairs -- Roger Williams -- "Prophecying" -- Strange opinions and stranger practice -- Mr. Norton -- Teacher John Reyner -- Monsters and witches -- A pestilent seducer: Samuel Gorton -- The "Larned Mr. Channcy" -- Able gospel-preachers -- XXVI. End of a tedious business -- New complaints from abroad, confusion at home -- More rumblings, shakings, and signs of God -- Inflation -- Invitation to London declined -- Break in the stock market -- Sherley's compromise proposal -- Ghost of the White Angel laid at last
  • XXVII. Moral matters -- Sin and Satan's envy -- Inquiries from Boston -- Mosaic law -- A very sad spectacle -- Doubts about New Canaan -- Death of Brewster -- Not by bread alone -- Another ghost appears -- XXVIII. Union an dispersion -- United colonies of New England -- Ruling Elder Thomas Cushman -- Left like an ancient widow -- Saved by pirates again -- Halleluiah! -- XXIX. Departure and death of the old standards -- Toleration scuttled -- Winslow's last mission to London -- Another breach: Teacher Reyner resigns -- Sheep without shepherds -- Winslow's death -- Standish dies -- Death of Bradford -- Intimations of immortality -- Afterword -- Appendix: The Pilgrim Company
Control code
ocm01386184
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xvii, 585 pages
Lccn
53005045
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
maps (on lining paper)
System control number
(OCoLC)01386184

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