ONE HUNDRED AND ELEVEN QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
CONCERNING THE PILGRIMS
WILLIAM MUTTART & LINDA R. ASHLEY
In years past, it was generally believed that the passengers on the Mayflower called themselves Pilgrims, were united in their desire to come to America to seek religious freedom, landed on Plymouth Rock, and celebrated the first Thanksgiving. Many people would be surprised to learn that all of the above commonly held beliefs are largely incorrect. This book will attempt to provide objective information about some of these misconceptions and include some little known facts about the Pilgrims not usually found in other publications dealing with Pilgrim history.