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Forerunners and competitors of the Pilgrims and Puritans : or, Narratives of voyages made by persons other than the Pilgrims and Puritans of the Bay colony to the shores of New England during the first quarter of the seventeenth century, 1601-1625, with especial reference to the labors of Captain John Smith in behalf of the settlement of New England Preview this item
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Forerunners and competitors of the Pilgrims and Puritans : or, Narratives of voyages made by persons other than the Pilgrims and Puritans of the Bay colony to the shores of New England during the first quarter of the seventeenth century, 1601-1625, with especial reference to the labors of Captain John Smith in behalf of the settlement of New England

Author: Charles H Levermore; New England Society of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Publisher: Brooklyn, N.Y. : The Society, 1912.
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Forerunners and competitors of the Pilgrims and Puritans.
Brooklyn, N.Y. : The Society, 1912
(OCoLC)579644738
Named Person: John Smith
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles H Levermore; New England Society of Brooklyn, N.Y.
OCLC Number: 1728802
Notes: Captain Smith's Map of New England, frontispiece v. 2.
Running title: Voyages to the New England coasts.
Includes index.
Description: 2 volumes : folded map (volumes 2) ; 25 cm
Contents: v. 1. Introduction: The development and influence of trading companies. First English settlement, Buzzard's bay, 1602. The voyage of Martin Pring, 1603. French explorers and settlers upon the New England coast, 1604- 1607: 1. Journal of Samuel de Champlain. 2. Narrative of Marc Lescarbot. The voyage of George Waymouth, 1605. Beginnings of the Plymouth and London companies, 1606. Voyages under the auspices of the Plymouth company, 1606-7. The Sagadahoc colony.-v. 2. The discovery of the Hudson river. Henry Hudson's third voyage, 1609. Voyages of Argall and Somers, 1610; Harlow and Hobson, 1611. Revival and ruin of the French colony of Acadia, 1610-1613: 1. Father Biard's relation. 2. Marx Lescarbot's account. 3. Captain Argall's story. Renewal of English attempts at exploration and settlement, 1614-1625: 1. Voyages chiefly under the auspices of the London and Plymouth companies, 1614- 1619. Narratives by Captain John Smith and Thomas Dermer. 2. John Smith's "New England's Trial," 1620-1622, and Letter to Lord Bacon. Smith's opinion of the Pilgrims. 3. Thomas Weston's colony at Wessagussett, 1622-23. 4. Rev. John White and the beginnings of the Bay colony, 1623-1624. Effort to establish the supremacy of Sir Fedinando Gorges. Voyages of Francis West, Robert Gorgesma dn Christopher Levett. Levett's marrative. The account of New England contained in. v. 1. Introduction: The development and influence of trading companies. First English settlement, Buzzard's bay, 1602. The voyage of Martin Pring, 1603. French explorers and settlers upon the New England coast, 1604- 1607: 1. Journal of Samuel de Champlain. 2. Narrative of Marc Lescarbot. The voyage of George Waymouth, 1605. Beginnings of the Plymouth and London companies, 1606. Voyages under the auspices of the Plymouth company, 1606-7. The Sagadahoc colony.-v. 2. The discovery of the Hudson river. Henry Hudson's third voyage, 1609. Voyages of Argall and Somers, 1610; Harlow and Hobson, 1611. Revival and ruin of the French colony of Acadia, 1610-1613: 1. Father Biard's relation. 2. Marx Lescarbot's account. 3. Captain Argall's story. Renewal of English attempts at exploration and settlement, 1614-1625: 1. Voyages chiefly under the auspices of the London and Plymouth companies, 1614- 1619. Narratives by Captain John Smith and Thomas Dermer. 2. John Smith's "New England's Trial," 1620-1622, and Letter to Lord Bacon. Smith's opinion of the Pilgrims. 3. Thomas Weston's colony at Wessagussett, 1622-23. 4. Rev. John White and the beginnings of the Bay colony, 1623-1624. Effort to establish the supremacy of Sir Fedinando Gorges. Voyages of Francis West, Robert Gorges and Christopher Levett. Levett's narrative. The account of New England contained in John Smith's "Generall Historie of Virginia" (published in 1624), with notes from his previous work, "New England's Trials." "Advertisements for Unexperience planters." 1631; Captain John Smith's last publication. Appendix A." Decliration of the Afaires of the Einglish peiple [that first] inhabited New England." Appendix B. Contract for the transportation of David Thomson and seven other colonists to American to 1622. Index.
Other Titles: Voyages to the New England coasts
Responsibility: edited for the New England Society of Brooklyn by Charles Herbert Levermore.

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