The May-Flower and Her Log. July 15, 1620 – May 6, 1621. Chiefly from Original Sources.

Azel Ames, M.D.

Series: Political Science and History
BISAC: HIS038000



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Presented here is the original log of the May-Flower, a complete and fascinating first-hand account of the ship’s journey from its departure at Plymouth, England, on July 15, 1620, to the establishment of the Plymouth Colony in the new world on May 6, 1621. Included is a thorough description and history of the ship itself and an account of its officers, crew, passengers, and cargo.

Chapter 1. The Name—“May-Flower”

Chapter 2. The May-Flower’s Consort the Speedwell

Chapter 3. The May-Flower’s Charter and the Adventurers

Chapter 4. The May-Flower—The Ship Herself

Chapter 5. The Officers and Crew of the Mayflower

Chapter 6. The May-Flower’s Passengers

Chapter 7. Quarters, Cooking, Provisions

Chapter 8. The May-Flower’s Lading

Chapter 9. The Journal of the Ship May-Flower


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