The Landing of the Pilgrims
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This is the story of the Plymouth settlers as they fled England, traveled to Holland in 1608, and then on to America in 1620, seeking religious freedom. Women, men, and children left their homes to brave a wild, new land. They had no homes but those they built with their own hands and no food but what they grew and shot. For three years, the colony's survival hung by a thread. This moving account depicts their first hard years in the New World. (151pp. Random House, 2001.)
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