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Thu Oct 16 17:57:35 2014 UTClccn-n500153270.00Edward Winslow and his descendants. 1560-19110.571.00Genealogical memoir of the descendants of Edward Winslow, Governor of Plymouth Colony /33108150Edward_Winslown 5001532750794Winslow.lccn-n50042920Bradford, William1590-1657lccn-n50047867Smith, E. Brooks1917-edtlccn-no00084336Meredith, Robert K.edtlccn-n85221157Dexter, Henry Martyn1821-1890edtlccn-n50036245Cheever, George Barrell1807-1890edtlccn-n85826919Chapin, Howard M.1887-1940lccn-n80015550Eliot, John1604-1690lccn-n82099590Robinson, John1575?-1625lccn-n85356581Mayhew, Thomas1621-1657np-i d$minister of the gospellI. D.Minister of the GospellWinslow, Edward1595-1655HistoryJuvenile worksSourcesDiariesChurch historyListsMassachusettsPilgrims (New Plymouth Colony)Rhode IslandWinslow, Edward,Bradford, William,New EnglandGreat BritainMassachuset Indians--MissionsIndians of North America--Colonial periodPolitical scienceChurch polityCivil War (Great Britain : 1642-1649)LevellersWinslow familyMayflower (Ship)Church and stateCongregational churchesCouncils and synodsMassachusetts--CambridgeFamiliesIndians of North AmericaUnited StatesGovernorsDiplomatsDiplomatic relationsPuritan Revolution (Great Britain : 1642-1660)MissionsMassachusetts--PlymouthPuritansWinslow, EdwardPlimoth Plantation, IncUnited Empire loyalistsNew BrunswickColonizationGenealogyDiscoveries in geography1595165516221623162416251633164616471648164916501651165216531673177218021809182618301832183418381841184418481849185018541855185618581865186918861896189718981899190019011904191019111913191419151916192019271929193019311939194019411947194819501951195319551956195719581960196219631966196719681969197019711972197419751976197719781980198419851986198719881992199419951996199719981999200020012003200420082009201020112012201320145989211424974.4F68ocn005060136ocn318395626ocn039350989ocn166612881ocn317328935ocn002272613ocn166613026ocn083813514ocn064621251ocn084304912ocn0843049128726ocn000950528book16220.37Mourt's relationJournall of the English plantation at PlimothHistoryThe main part of the narrative was probably written by Edward Winslow. Parts have been attributed to William Bradford. G. Mourt (George Morton?) by whose name the relation is commonly known, seems to have had no other connection with it than that of writing the preface and giving the book to the press. cf Young, A. Chronicles of the Pilgrim fathers. Boston, 1841, p. vii-viii; Mourt's relation. A journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth. New York [1963] p. x-xv6214ocn001026521book19620.06Bradford, WilliamPilgrim courage, from a firsthand account by William Bradford ... Selected episodes from his original History of Plimoth Plantation, and passages from the journals of William Bradford and Edward WinslowHistoryJuvenile worksSelected episodes from William Brandford's original history of Plymoth Plantation49114ocn011473424book18650.74Mourt's relation or journal of the plantation at PlymouthHistoryDiaries35712ocn017778031book19160.74Winslow, EdwardHypocrisie unmasked a true relation of the proceedings of the governor and company of the Massachusetts against Samuel Gorton of Rhode IslandHistory35113ocn002486989book18480.79Cheever, George BarrellThe journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, in New England in 1620: reprint from the original volumeHistory19616ocn006724677book16470.79Winslow, EdwardNew-Englands salamander discovered by an irreligious and scornefull pamphlet, called New-Englands Jonas cast up at London, &c. Owned by Major Iohn Childe, but not probable to be written by him. Or, A satisfactory answer to many aspersions cast upon New-England therein. Wherein our government there is shewed to bee legall and not arbitrary, being as neere the law of England as our condition will permit. Together with a briefe reply to what is written in answer to certaine passages in a late booke called Hypocrisie unmaskedChurch history19510ocn606516373file16240.66Winslow, EdwardGood nevves from New-England: or A true relation of things very remarkable at the plantation of Plimoth in Nevv-England Shewing the wondrous providence and goodnes of God, in their preservation and continuance, being delivered from many apparant deaths and dangers. Together with a relation of such religious and civill lawes and customes, as are in practise amongst the Indians, adjoyning to them at this day. As also what commodities are there to be raysed for the maintenance of that and other plantations in the said country. Written by E.W. who hath borne a part in the fore-named troubles, and there liued since their first arrivall. Wherevnto is added by him a briefe relation of a credible intelligence of the present estate of VirginiaHistory1665ocn012253110book16480.88Winslow, EdwardGood news from Nevv-England with an exact relation of the first planting that countrey, a description of the profits accruing by the worke : together with a briefe, but true discovery of their order both in church and common-wealth, and maintenance allowed the painfull labourers in that vineyard of the Lord : with the names of the severall towns, and who be preachers to themHistory1644ocn012646794book16490.88The Glorious progress of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New England manifested by three letters under the hand of that famous instrument of the Lord, Mr. John Eliot, and another from Mr. Thomas Mayhew, Jun., both preachers of the word, as well to the English as Indians in New England ... : together with an appendix to the foregoing letters, holding forth conjectures, observations, and applications, by I.D. ...History1572ocn013547500book16490.90Winslow, EdwardThe danger of tolerating levellers in a civil state, or, An historicall narration of the dangerous pernicious practices and opinions wherewith Samuel Gorton and his levelling accomplices so much disturbed and molested the severall plantations in New-England parallel to the positions and proceedings of the present levellers in Old-England : wherein their severall errors dangerous and very destructive to the peace both of church and state ... together with the course that was there taken for suppressing them are fully set forth, with a satisfactory answer to their complaints made to the ParliamentHistory1476ocn001836887book18540.82Morton, NathanielNew-England's memorialHistory14414ocn001614117book19400.29Atwood, William FranklinThe Pilgrim story, being largely a compilation from the documents of Governor Bradford and Governor Winslow, severally and in collaboration; together with a list of Mayflower passengersHistorySourcesLists1382ocn004770684book19390.08Bradford, WilliamHomes in the wilderness : a pilgrim's journal of Plymouth plantation in 1620HistoryJuvenile worksDiariesA modern translation of the journal kept by Governor William Bradford and others of the Mayflower company describing the landing of the Pilgrims on Cape Cod, their search for a homesite, the first meetings with Indians, and the final building of the settlement at Plymouth1295ocn006722222book16460.82Winslow, EdwardHypocrisie unmasked by a true relation of the proceedings of the governour and company of the Massachusetts against Samvel Gorton (and his accomplices) a notorious disturber of the peace and quiet of the severall governments wherein he lived: with the grounds and reasons thereof, examined and allowed by their Generall court holden at Boston in New-England in November last, 1646. Together with a particular answer to the manifold slanders, and abominable falshoods which are contained in a book written by the said Gorton, and entituled, Simplicities defence against seven-headed policy &c.1212ocn003242576book19740.70A relation ... of the beginning and proceedings of the English plantation setled at Plimoth in New EnglandHistory11212ocn085798977file16490.74Winslow, EdwardThe glorious progress of the gospel amongst the Indians in New EnglandHistory876ocn646682163file16530.70Congregational Churches in New EnglandA platform of church-discipline: Gathered out of the Word of God, and agreed upon by the elders and messengers of the Churches assembled in the Synod at Cambridge in Nevv-England: to be presented to the churches and General Court for their consideration and acceptance in the LordChurch history838ocn003163505book16220.63Bradford, WilliamA relation or iournall of the beginning and proceeding of the English plantation setled at Plimoth in New EnglandHistory731ocn007061469book16240.86Winslow, EdwardGood newes from New-England or, A true relation of things very remarkable at the plantation of Plimouth in Nevv England. Shewing the wondrous providence and goodnes of God, in their preservation and continuance, being delivered from many apparant deaths and dangers. Together with a Relation of such religious, and civill Lawes and Customes, as are in practise amongst the Indians, adjoyning to them at this day. As also what commodities are there to be raysed for the maintenance of that and other Plantations in the said CountryHistorySources627ocn003439420book19200.24Bradford, WilliamA Brief history of the PilgrimsHistory1582ocn009470950book16520.92Bray, WilliamTo the supreme authority, the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England a serious charge and accusation against Mr. Edw. Winslow, one of the commissioners for compounding at Haberdashers Hall684ocn007704247book18960.92Winslow, William CGovernor Edward Winslow : his part and place in Plymouth colony534ocn061361969book20040.37Bangs, Jeremy DupertuisPilgrim Edward Winslow : New England's first international diplomat : a documentary biographyBiographySources511ocn018496413book19880.16McGuyre, Ruth CEdward Winslow of the Mayflower and his descendants for five generationsGenealogy301ocn004127051book19530.47Sterry-Cooper, WEdward Winslow211ocn004459503book19750.27Plymouth SocietyThe Winslows of "Careswell" : before and after the "Mayflower."151ocn837737565file16520.47Bray, WilliamTo the supreme authority, the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England : a serious charge and accusation against Mr. Edw. Winslow, one of the commissioners for compounding at Haberdashers Hall151ocn048582392visu20010.06Dubois, Muriel LPilgrims and the MayflowerHistory143ocn037929812book19150.28Bryant, Maria WhitmanGenealogy of Edward Winslow of the Mayflower, and his descendants, from 1620 to 1865Maria Warren Whitman (b. 1808) married Frederick Bryant (d. 1856) and they had four children. She was the "daughter of Elizabeth Winslow and (Judge) Kilborn Whitman of Pembroke, Mass." (t.p.). She was a descendant of Governor Edward Winslow (1595-1655) who immigrated to America in 1630. Descendants lived chiefly in New England. Includes Brooke, Corwin, Tilden, Warren, White, Whitman and related families. Approximately covers the years 1620-1865121ocn004684605book19500.95Wolkins, George GregersonEdward Winslow (o. v. 1606-11) King's scholar and printer71ocn011557618book19310.47Sherrill, E. PrescottThe house of Edward Winslow, being the story of its building and the interesting people who have lived there during one hundred sixty-six years41ocn026091959book19840.47Robbins, MauriceThe path to Pokonoket : Winslow and Hopkins visit the great chief41ocn054039716book19550.47Shaw, Hubert KinneyFamlies of the Pilgrims : Edward WinslowGenealogy41ocn023099224book19550.10Shaw, Hubert KinneyEdward WinslowGenealogy31ocn031505032book18501.00Shattuck, LemuelGenealogical memoir of the descendants of Edward Winslow, Governor of Plymouth Colony31ocn021247671book18410.50Young, AlexanderChronicles of the Pilgrim fathers of the colony of Plymouth, from 1602 to 1625HistorySourcesThis work contains an authentic history of the Pilgrim Fathers who planted the Colony of Plymouth, from their origin in John Robinson's congregation in 1602 to his death in 1625. Contains a detailed history of their rise in the north of England, their residence in Holland, the causes which led to their emigration, and the means whereby they transported themselves to America. Originally published in Boston, Massachusetts, 184431ocn048040685book1911Edward Winslow and his descendants. 1560-191122ocn270832513book19600.47Duval, L. CarleEdward Winslow, portrait of a loyalist21ocn170935247art18980.10Winslow, Edward : governor of PlymouthBiography21ocn244191863book1911Edward Winslow and his descendants 1560-1911Thu Oct 16 15:44:28 EDT 2014batch29249