Everything you need to understand or teach Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford.
Of Plymouth Plantation 1620-1647 by William Bradford is a work of non-fiction. The book, often recognized as one of the most accurate and valuable historical references in American history, details the arrival and settlement of the Puritans at Plymouth Plantation in 1620 and the subsequent years and hardships.
Bradford served as governor of Plymouth Plantation for thirty-three years, making him one of the foremost authorities on the creation of the settlement as well as its operations, government, purpose, and events.
The purpose for the emigration of the Separatists from England dealt with religious freedom and the persecution of those who would not adhere to the corrupt philosophies and laws of the church at that time.
The men and women who objected to the inclusion of men's inventions into the church were quickly known as the Puritans. The Puritans took issue with many ideals and philosophies held by the church...
Of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647 Lesson Plans contain 125 pages of teaching material, including: