William Bradford

NOUN
  1. United States printer (born in England) whose press produced the first American prayer book and the New York City's first newspaper (1663-1752)
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  • In a subsequent mission for Governor William Bradford that summer, Squanto was captured by Wampanoag while gathering intelligence on the renegade sagamore, Corbitant, at the village of Nemasket site of present-day Middleborough, Massachusetts. Archive 2009-11-22
  • William Bradford "disappeared" for a while after he resigned as an associate prof from the IUPUI Law School in Heroes or Villains?
  • The first reference to a baseball-like game in America comes from a Christmas Day 1621 diary entry by Governor William Bradford of the Plymouth Plantation, who notes some of his subjects “frolicking in ye street, at play openly; some at Virginia pitching ye ball, some at stoole ball and shuch-like sport.” WHY is the FOUL POLE FAIR?
  • Their Governor, William Bradford, proclaimed a day of Thanksgiving that was to be shared by all of the colonists and the neighboring Native American Indians.
  • Their Governor, William Bradford, proclaimed a day of Thanksgiving that was to be shared by all of the colonists and the neighboring Native American Indians.
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