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|Book 1, Chapters 5–6||Once the Separatists decided to leave Europe, they considered a variety of possible destinations. Guiana was ruled out... Read More|
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|Book 2, A.D. 1631–32||Edward Winslow returned from England with a large consignment of goods. While there, he attempted to relieve the colon... Read More|
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|Book 2, A.D. 1639–42||In these years, New Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay made a joint effort to redraw their boundaries to prevent further t... Read More|
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