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For commercial use or commercial republication, contact .Born of substantial yeomen in Yorkshire, England, Bradford expressed his nonconformist religious sensibilities in his early teens and joined the famed Separatist church in Scrooby at the age of seventeen.In 1609 he immigrated with the congregation, led by John Robinson, to the Netherlands.As Plymouth Colony governor for more than thirty years, Bradford helped draft its legal code and facilitated a community centered on private subsistence agriculture and religious tolerance.Around 1630, he began to compile his two-volume “Of Plymouth Plantation,” one of the most important early chronicles of the settlement of New England.John Bannister Gibson Bradford County Pioneers Men Who First Entered the Wilderness and Carved Out Homes Date of Organization and Settlement of the Counties of Pennsylvania Col. Codding Bradford County During The Revolution Patriots Who Fought For Independence (Revolutionary Soldiers and Place of Burial)Historical Address Hartley Expedition Colonel John Franklin Yankee and Pennamite Troubles The Wilmot Proviso War Days J. Thomas Burnside, Second Judge of Bradford County Moravian Mission at Ulster Old Time Training Days History Wilmot Township Bradford County Families, 1790Memorative (Deceased Members) Guy C.
Record The Browns Early History of Burlington and Reminiscences Old Athens Academy Stephen Collins Foster Early War Times Memorative Levi S.
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William Bradford (1590-1657) was a founder and longtime governor of the Plymouth Colony settlement.
For the next eleven years he and his fellow religious dissenters lived in Leyden until their fear of assimilation into Dutch culture prompted them to embark on the Mayflower for the voyage to North America.
The Pilgrims arrived in what became Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1621 with a large number of non-Separatist settlers.
Ten more were published over the next several years. They contain some information not found in other published documents. The contents of each Annual and publication date are given below. I - published 1906: Meetings Papers and Addresses Museum Library Friedenshutten and Wyalusing Indians Indian Paths or Trails in Bradford County Pike In Early Times The Warren Pioneers The Mc Kean Family David Wilmot Julia Kinney Scott The Question Box Bradford County, organization Townships, area, date of organization, territory from which taken and origin of name Boroughs and date of Incorporation Early Marriages Meetings Library and Museum Advent of White Man Into Bradford County Fox Family Elizabeth Means Indian Towns at North Towanda The Connecticut Claim and Its Importance In Our History Conrad Weiser History of Smithfield Township Dr.