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New Online Mayflower Collection Let's You Find Out if Your Ancestors are Descendants of the Original
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The following news release was received from the New England Historic Genealogical Society. I immediately checked out their new Mayflower Families 5th ...
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Millions of people are Mayflower descendants." (ThinkStock)
The Mayflower II in the Cape Cod Canal, May 20, 2015. (WBZ-TV)
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Fort Matanzas, about fifty feet long on each side, was constructed of coquina,
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Thousands of descendants are alive today. American Ancestors has partnered with the GU272 Memory Project, which seeks to document ...
The Mayflower, illustration published in A School History of the United States, circa 1897
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The Strangers were a group of skilled tradespeople sent by the investors to help build the new colony.
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The Pilgrim Fathers arrive at Plymouth, Massachusetts on board the Mayflower, November 1620. Painting by W.J. Aylward Credit: Harold M. Lambert/Kean ...
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List of Mayflower passengers at the National Monument to the Forefathers
... The photos above depict wreckage in Richmond, the area of Halifax obliterated by the explosion
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... Chief Genealogist for the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. David starts out “Family Histoire News” with a disturbing ...
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In the suggested hints was a link to Find A Grave, where I found his gravestone:
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The Mayflower depicted on a 1920 U.S. postage stamp
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Mayflower Passengers and those who survived the first year - Infographic poster from The History List
The letter sent by Walter Hogansen to Harold Kennedy, December 18, 1917.
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The Mayflower: The Families, the Voyage, and the Founding of America by Rebecca Fraser
Prior to seeing my father's book these past few months, I only conceived of myself as a German/Finnish American whose family recently immigrated to the ...
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Saints and Strangers Hardcover – 1945
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The Rev. John Maverick arrived in New England 30 May 1630, nine and one-half years after the arrival of the Mayflower. His oldest son, Samuel, had preceded ...
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Fellow passengers described a “greate & fearful creaking of wood under-foot”
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