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Squanto: The Indian who Saved the Pilgrims Mankato, Minnesota: Creative Education. Austin, Texas: Raintree Steck-Vaughn.
Dubowski, Cathy East Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Gareth Stevens Publishers. Samoset and Squanto. Whitehurst, Susan New York: PowerKids Press.
Buckley, Susan Washborn Squanto the Pilgrims' Friend. New York: Scholastic. Hirschfelder, Arlene B. Squanto, ? Mankato, Minnesota: Blue Earth Books.
Roop, Peter; Roop, Connie Thank You, Squanto! Banks, Joan Ghiglieri, Carol; Noll, Cheryl Kirk Squanto: A Friend to the Pilgrims.
The Legend of Squanto. Carol Stream, Illinois. Metaxas, Eric The book was retitled Squanto and the Miracle of Thanksgiving when it was republished in by the religious publisher Thomas Nelson.
The book was turned into an animated video by Rabbit Ears Entertainment in It begins with the abduction of 12 year old Tisquantum which the first sentence dates at "the year of our Lord " rather than When he meets the "Pilgrims" he greets Governor Bradford rather than Carver.
The rest is a fictIonalized religious parable which ends with Tisquantum after "Thanksgiving" and before any allegations of treachery thanking God for the Pilgrims.
The Junto. Retrieved September 24, I n. A copy of the letter is also reproduced online by MayflowerHistory. See also Salisbury , p.
See also Dunn , p. See Salisbury , p. Bradford simply notes that he "was entertained by a merchant in London". OPP : Bradford , p.
See also Bradford , p. I: Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Retrieved December 15, The Colonies. New York: Benchmark Books.
The Mayflower and the Pilgrims' New World. New York: G. Putnam's Sons. Archer, Gabriel The book was first published in Purchas , pp.
An annotated version is contained in Levermore , pp. Bradford, William Governor William Bradford's Letter Book. Morison, Samuel Eliot ed.
Of Plymouth Plantation, — New York: Alfred A. This is the modern critical edition of the manuscript by William Bradford entitled simply Of plimouth plantation.
In the notes and references the manuscript as opposed to the printed versions is sometimes referred to as OPP. The first book of the manuscript had been copied into Plymouth church records by Nathaniel Morton , Bradford's nephew and secretary, and it was this version that was annotated and printed in Young , pp.
In the decade after the publication by Young, the original manuscript was discovered to be in the library of the Bishop of London in Fulham Palace.
The Massachusetts Historical Society arranged for a longhand copy to be made. When the manuscript was returned to Massachusetts at the end of the 19th century, the Massachusetts legislature commissioned a new transcription to be published.
While the version that resulted was more faithful to the idiosyncratic orthography of Bradford, it contained, according to Morison, many of the same mistakes as the transcription published in The legislature's version was published in A copy is hosted by the Internet Archive.
That version was the basis of the annotated version published as Davis, William T. Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation, — New York: C. Scribner's Sons.
A digitized version with most of Davis's annotations and notes removed is hosted at the University of Maryland's Early Americas Digital Archive.
The most amply annotated and literrally transcribed edition of the work is Ford The history of the manuscript is described in the Editorial Preface to the publication by the Massachusetts Historical Society and more fully in the Introduction of Morison's edition pp.
Brereton, John London: Georg. A facsimile reprint with introduction by Luther S. A digitized version with page numbers is also hosted by the University of Michigan.
An annotated version can also be found in Burrage , pp. Brinley, Francis Champlain, Samuel de — Slafter, Edmund F.
Title Voyages of Samuel de Champlain. Translated by Otis, Charles Pomeroy. Boston: The Prince Society. Cushman, Robert a.
A sermon preached at Plimmoth in New-England December 9. Repinted in Cushman, Robert New York: J. Cushman, Robert b.
A relation, or, Journall of the beginning and proceedings of the English plantation setled at Plimoth in New England, by certaine English adventurers both merchants and others ….
London: Printed for John Bellamie. Gookin, Daniel Reprint of manuscript. Gorges, Ferdinando A briefe relation of the discovery and plantation of Nevv England ….
Published under the authorship of " Plymouth Council for New England ". This work was published in Purchas , pp. IV— in the —07 reprint it is found volume 19, pp.
The booklet was also reprinted in Baxter , pp. London: Printed by E. Beudenell for Nath. Hosted by the Internet Archive. Collections of the Maine Historical Society : [v]—xiv, — Hosted online by the HathiTrust.
It is also reprinted in Baxter , pp. Hubbard, William To which is added a discourse about the warre with the Pequods in the year Boston: Printed by John Foster.
This volume was reprinted and annotated as Drake Johnson, Edward London: Printed for Nath: Brooke.
A facsiile copy of the work with original page numbers is reproduced in the second volume of Poole, William Frederick, ed. Andover, Massachusetts: W.
Morton, Nathaniel New Englands Memorial. Cambridge: S. A facsimile reproduction is contained in Lord, Arthur, ed.
Boston: The Club of Odd Volumes. An early annotated edition is Davis, John, ed. New-England's Memorial by Nathaniel Morton.
Morton, Thomas New English Canaan, or New Canaan. Amsterdam: Jacob Frederick Stam. New England Canaan of Thomas Morton. Retrieved November 22, Mourt's Relation This work the authors of which are not credited is commonly called Mourt's Relation , and is generally accepted to have been written by William Bradford and Edward Winslow as to the narrative parts and Robert Cushman as to the religious and promotional parts.
An annotated version was first printed in Young , pp. Another annotated version is Dexter, Henry Martyn, ed. Mourt's Relation or Journal of the Plantation at Plymouth.
Boston: John Kimball Wiggin. Retrieved December 18, — via Internet Archive. Several different copies of that book are also hosted by HathiTrust.
A version with contemporary orthography and comments was published in connection with the Plimouth Plantation, Inc.
Bedford, Massachusetts: Applewood Books. Pratt, Phineas Purchas, Samuel, ed. Hakluytus posthumus, or, Purchas his Pilgrimes. London: Imprinted for H.
The original imprint was "In fower parts, each containing five bookes". All four volumes parts are hosted online by the Library of Congress The —07 reproduction was printed in 20 volumves one for each "book" : Purchas, Samuel, ed.
Hakluytus posthumus. Glasgow: J. MacLehose and Sons. Rosier, James A True Relation of the most prosperous voyage made this present yeere , by Captaine George Waymouth, in the discovery of the land of Virginia.
London: Geor. The pamphlet was reprinted in an edition hosted online by HathiTrust. It is reprinted with annotations at Burrage , pp.
Smith, John A description of New England: or The observations, and discoveries, of Captain John Smith admirall of that country in the north of America, in the year of our Lord This book is reprinted in Arber , pp.
New Englands trials. London: Printed by William Jones. London: Printed by I. Macmillan published a verbatim version of the first printing with different pagination of this work as well as Smith's autobiography and his Sea Grammar : Smith, John New York: Macmillan.
The Generall History of Virginia is also contained in Arber , pp. The work was twice republished in Smith's life in and and immediately after his death in Advertisement for the unexperienced Planters of New-England, or anywhere.
London: John Haviland. Whitmore, W. John Dunton's Letters from New England. Boston: Printed for the Prince Society by T. Williams, Roger A key into the language of America: or, An help to the language of the natives in that part of America, called New-England.
London: Printed by Gregory Dexter. A digitized version with modern typeface but pagination is hosted by the University of Michigan.
Winslow, Edward Good newes from New-England: or, A true relation of things very remarkable at the plantation of Plimoth in New-England … Together with a relation of such religious and civill lawes and customes, as are in practise amongst the Indians ….
The work is reprinted, with annotations, in Young , pp. Wood, William New Englands Prospect. London: Tho. Coates for John Bellamie.
A facsimile reproduction, with original pagination, is printed in an edition, together with a new preface and one from a reprinting, by The Society of Boston and hosted by the Internet Archive.
Adams, Charles Francis Three Episodes of Massachusetts History. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company. Online via HathiTrust : Multiple copies.
The chapter on Tisquantum is found at pp. Adolf, Leonard A. Summer Arber, Edward, ed. Travels and Works of Captain John Smith.
Edinburgh: John Grant. Bartlett, John Russell, ed. The Complete Writings of Roger Williams. Axtell, James January William and Mary Quarterly.
Bancroft, George Baxter, James Phinney Sir Ferdinando Gorges and his Province of Maine. Haviland for W. Bladen, Volume 2 includes A briefe narration of the original undertakings of the advancement of plantation into the parts of American… by … Sir Ferdinando Gorges … London: E.
Brudenell, for N. Brook, as well as other works of Gorges and his son Thomas Gorges. Volume 3 is devoted to Gorges's letters and other papers, — Baylies, Francis Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins.
Bennett, M. October Journal of Political Economy. Bicknell, Thomas W. Bragdon, Kathleen J. Native People of Southern New England, — Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press.
Brown, Alexander Genesis of the United States. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co. Burrage, Henry S. Early English and French voyages, chiefly from Hakluyt, — New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
The work consists of first-hand accounts of early voyages to the New World, with introduction and notes by Burrage.
The Beginnings of Colonial Maine, Portland, Mainee: Printed for the state. Ceci, Lynn April 4, Bibcode : Sci Ceci, Lynn September 19, Ceci, Lynn In Clifton, James A.
Cell, Gillian T. Chamberlain, Alexander F. October—December The Journal of American Folklore. Chase, Henry E. Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution for the Year Washington, D.
Cook, Sherburne F. September Human Biology. Crosby, Alfred W. April De Forest, John William Hartford, Connecticut: Wm.
Dean, John Ward, ed. John Mason, the Founder of New Hampshire. A copy is also hosted by the HathiTrust. Deane, Charles March Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society.
Deetz, James; Deetz, Patricia E. Scott New York: Random House. Dockstader, Frederick J. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Drake, Samuel G. Boston: Benjamin B.
Roxbury, Massachusetts: Printed for W. Elliot Woodward. Dunn, Jerome P. Spring Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society. Ford, Worthington C.
History of Plymouth Plantation — Goddard, Ives In Trigger, Bruce G. Handbook of North American Indians. William C.
Sturtevant, general editor. Green, Samuel Abbott Boston: A. Herndon, G. Melvin July The North Carolina Historical Review. Hobsbawm, Eric; Ranger, Terence, eds.
The Invention of Tradition. Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Sr. Medical Essays, This essay was originally a lecture delivered before the Lowell Institute, January 29, Hoyt, Epaphras Greenfield, Massachusetts: A.
Humins, John H. March New England Quarterly. Hutchinson, Thomas Boston: Printed for Mr. First of three volumes. James, Sydney V. Three Visitors to Early Plymouth.
Plymouth, Massachusetts: Plimouth Plantation, Inc. Jennings, Francis New York: Norton. Kinnicutt, Lincoln N. November The Harvard Theological Review.
Knapp, Samuel L. The Library of American History. Kruer, Matthew Spring—Summer Kupperman, Karen Ordahl December The New England Quarterly.
Kupperman, Karen Ordahl Levermore, Charles Herbert, ed. McManis, Douglas European Impressions of the New England Coast, — Major, Minor Wallace Fall Early American Literature.
Mann, Charles C. December Smithsonian Magazine. Marr, John S. Emerging Infectious Diseases. Mather, Cotton .
Magnalia Christi Americana. Hartford, Connecticut: S. Martin, Calvin Berkeley, California: University of California Press.
Matthews, Albert Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts. Mood, Fulmer March Morison, Samuel Eliot New York: Knopf. Nanepashemet Algonkians of New England: Past and Present.
Boston, Massachusetts: Boston University. Nickerson, Warren Sears Carpenter, Delores Bird ed. Sears Nickerson. Philbrick, Nathaniel New York: Viking.
Pope, Peter Edward Prince, Thomas Prowse, D. Pulsipher, Jenny Hale Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania Press. Quinn, D.
Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. Archived from the original PDF on December 21, Retrieved December 14, Rainey, Froelich G.
Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Connecticut. Robbins, Maurice July Rostlund, Erhardt Journal of Geography. Russell, Howard S. September 19, Indian New England before the Mayflower.
Salisbury, Neal In Sweet, David G. Struggle and Survival in Colonial America. New York: Oxford University Press. Salwen, Bert Shuffelton, Frank March Simmons, William Snow, Dear R.
Winter Sylvester, Herbert Milton Indian Wars of New England. Boston: W. Clarke Co. Tolman, Adams Publications of the Concord Antiquarian Society.
Tomlins, Christophr L. Cambridge, U. Trumbull, J. Hammond, ed. Vaughan, Alden T. New England Frontier: Puritans and Indians, — 3rd ed.
Warden, G. Weston, Thomas History of the Town of Middleboro, Massachusetts — Williams, Herbert Upham This is a reprint of an article by the same name published in Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin.
Williamson, William D. Willison, George F. Saints and Strangers. Young, Alexander, ed. Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth, from — Boston: C.
Little and J. Da Capo published a facsimile reprinting of this volume in Mayflower passengers and related topics.
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Former vice chairwoman of the Tulalip Tribes; leading advocate for expansion of the Violence Against Women Act to include protections for Native American women; appointed by Sen.
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