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Pilgrim Stories

Author : Nancy Louise Frey
ISBN : 0520217519
Genre : Religion
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Unlike the religiously-oriented pilgrims who visit Marian shrines such as Lourdes, the modern Road of St. James attracts an ecumenical mix of largely wel.
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Stories Of The Pilgrims

Author : Margaret Humphrey
ISBN : 1932971017
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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"Whether used as a read-to book or as a reader, Stories of the Pilgrims brings history alive so children can experience the day-to-day lifestyles of our Pilgrim forefathers ..."--Cover back.
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Pilgrim Stories

Author : Margaret Blanche Pumphrey
Genre : Indians of North America
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Pilgrim Stories

Author : Elvajean Hall
ISBN : OCLC:779011888
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Describes the troubles and adventures of the Pilgrims from their persecution in England through the first difficult years in the colony at Plymouth.

Pilgrim Stories

Author : Margaret Blanche Pumphrey
Genre : Indians of North America
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A Pilgrim Maid A Story Of Plymouth Colony In 1620

Author : Marion Ames Taggart
ISBN : 9781465603043
Genre : Massachusetts
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A young girl, brown-haired, blue-eyed, with a sweet seriousness that was neither joy nor sorrow upon her fair pale face, leaned against the mast on theÊMayflower'sÊdeck watching the bustle of the final preparations for setting sail westward. A boy somewhat older than she stood beside her whittling an arrow from a bit of beechwood, whistling through his teeth, his tongue pressed against them, a livelier air than a pilgrim boy from Leyden was supposed to know, and sullenly scorning to betray interest in the excitement ashore and aboard. A little girl clung to the pretty young girl's skirt; the unlikeness between them, though they were sisters, was explained by their being but half sisters. Little Damaris was like her mother, Constance's stepmother, while Constance herself reflected the delicate loveliness of her own and her brother Giles's mother, dead in early youth and lying now at rest in a green English churchyard while her children were setting forth into the unknown. Two boysÑone older than Constance, Giles's age, the other younger than the girlÑcame rushing down the deck with such impetuosity, plus the younger lad's head used as a battering ram, that the men at work stowing away hampers and barrels, trying to clear a way for the start, gave place to the rough onslaught. Several looked after the pair in a way that suggested something more vigorous than a look had it not been that fear of the pilgrim leaders restrained swearing. Not a whit did the charging lads care for the wrath they aroused. The elder stopped himself by clutching the rope which Constance Hopkins idly swung, while the younger caught Giles around the waist and nearly pulled him over.
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A Pilgrim People

Author : John H. Westerhoff III
ISBN : 9781596280267
Genre : Religion
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As a people whose faith is formed and nourished by the Bible's stories of creation and fall, salvation and redemption, Christians hunger to order their lives by the church's story and their own. Our journey to God leads us through the cycle of the church year - from Advent and Christmas to Easter and the season called "ordinary time" - as we tell and retell God's story and make it the story we live by. Westerhoff looks at the gospel texts season by season, retelling their teachings not only to Christian life and ministry but to the life cycle of childhood, adolescence, and adulthood.
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Turkeys Pilgrims And Indian Corn

Author : Edna Barth
ISBN : 061806785X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Traces the history of this American harvest celebration and the development of its symbols and legends.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction