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|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Deetz; Patricia S Deetz
|Description:||280 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Partakers of our plenty - the pilgrim myth; I will harry them out of the land - the early years 1606-1627; there be witches to many - glimpses of the social world; in an uncivil manner - sex-related crimes, punishment and death; a few things needful - houses and furnishings; still standing in the ground - the archaeology of early Plymouth; the time of their lives - Plymouth plantation.|
|Responsibility:||James Deetz and Patricia S. Deetz.|
"Giving new life to an old myth, James and Patricia Scott Deetz demonstrate that as far as Plymouth and the Pilgrims are concerned, the past is not what it used to be, and probably never was.