Analyze William Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation.
As the title suggests, History of Plymouth Plantation was intended by Bradford to be an account of the founding of Plymouth. Indeed, it is a valuable primary source--in some cases, the only primary source--for many of the events that have now become very famous, including the landing at Plymouth, the Mayflower Compact, and the Thanksgiving feast. Moreover, Bradford discusses the reasons the Pilgrims chose to depart...
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What is an example of what Bradford saw first hand in Plymouth PLantation