In this fascinating history of America's favorite creation myth, peppered with delightful and unexpected insights, Godfrey Hodgson throws new light on the radicalism of the so-called Pilgrims, the financing of their trip, the state of the Indian tribes that they encountered when they landed and the reasons why Plymouth probably didn't have a rock.
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The Pilgrims endured ""the starving time,"" and had to secretly bury bodies ""so the Indians should not suspect how much the settlement was weakened."" Hodgson follows the evolution of Thanksgiving into contemporary times, chronicling the rise of football as a Thanksgiving tradition, ""almost as ...| Read Full Review of A Great and Godly Adventure: ...
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