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by Henry Bradford Washburn
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VG in edgeworn and torn dustjacket. Washburn, Henry Bradford. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York and London, 1931. Condition: Very Good Hardcover.
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Bradford, United Kingdom. He published his first book, Emergence from Chaos, in 1957 at the age of twenty-three. Wilson and Holroyd, along with the novelist Bill Hopkins, were associated with the literary movement known as the Angry Young Men.
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From the Pilgrims' reasons for leaving Europe to the treacherous journey across the Atlantic, musician and artist Jeffrey Lewis puts to song the story of the.
From the Pilgrims' reasons for leaving Europe to the treacherous journey across the Atlantic, musician and artist Jeffrey Lewis puts to song the story of th. .William Bradford (1590-1657) was a founder and longtime governor of the Plymouth Colony settlement. Born in England, he migrated with the Separatist congregation to the Netherlands as a teenager. Bradford was among the passengers on the Mayflower’s trans-Atlantic journey, and he signed the Mayflower Compact upon arriving in Massachusetts in 1620
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Henry Adams called it "a more thoroughly American book than any written before 1833. Brackenridge died June 25, 1816 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. The Allegheny County borough of Brackenridge, Pennsylvania, is named for his son, the lawyer, judge, and writer Henry Marie Brackenridge (1786–1871). Essays concerning Pennsylvania law, federal statutes, judgments of the . Supreme Court, and the employment of English common law in the American legal system. Additions completed to his four-volume novel.
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