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History of Plymouth Plantation

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History of Plymouth Plantation

Originally manuscript titled "Of Plimoth Plantation".

  • William Bradford (1590-1657), the second governor of the Colony, wrote this manuscript, starting in 1630. The concluding portion, left evidently unfinished, was written in 1650.
  • published for the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1856
  • See The Connecticut Magazine, Vol. 12, Page 101, for a facsimile of one page.
  • Source Example:
<span id='Bradford'></span>Bradford, William. ''[[Space:History of Plymouth Plantation|History of Plymouth Plantation]]'' (Massachusetts Historical Society, 1856)
  • Inline Citation Example:
<ref>[[#Bradford|Bradford]]: Page 221</ref>

Available online at these locations:

Other editions were published in following years:

  • (1899)
  • (1912)

The edition used by Robert Charles Anderson in The Great Migration Begins, for his page citations is William Bradford, Of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, ed. Samuel Eliot Morison (New York, 1952) It is not free, but is available online at Univ. of Michigan. Searching it for free is available at Hathi Trust Digital Library





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This edition is valuable because it is on Google Books. The edition used by Robert Charles Anderson in The Great Migration Begins, for his page citations is William Bradford, Of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, ed. Samuel Eliot Morison (New York, 1952)
posted by Timothy Wilder

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