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Man Overboard

One fateful day, John Howland was tossed into the sea from aboard the Mayflower during a fierce storm and bravely survived! Had he not, I’d hate to think where I’d be today . . . I would not. Governor William … Continue reading

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Mayflower Connection

  John Howland, signer of the Mayflower Compact, lived to be the last (male) pilgrim who had come to Plymouth, MA on the Mayflower in 1620. He was in his 20’s at the time. One fateful day, John Howland was … Continue reading

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His Ladye Love

The year 1717 “is rendered memorable, by the unusual quantity of snow, which fell on the twentieth and twenty-fourth of February. In these two storms, the earth was covered with snow, from ten to fifteen feet, and, in some places, … Continue reading

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