If You Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620

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Ever wonder what it would be like to be a pilgrim sailing on the Mayflower to the New World in 1620? Well, climb aboard the Friendship of Salem, a 171-foot replica of a 1797 East Indian Trading Company Ship, which would have sailed back and forth from America to Asia trading various goods. This replica ship docked at Salem Maritime National Historic Site retains the appearance of the original merchant vessel and, as a cargo ship, would be very similar in appearance to the legendary Mayflower.

After reading this picture book, it will be easy to pretend you’re a pilgrim on board The Mayflower as it sets sail for America, then known only as "The New World." This informative book answers all the important questions, such as "How many people sailed on the Mayflower?", "What could the Pilgrims take with them?", "When did the Pilgrims first see land?", "Why did the Pilgrims decide to stay in Plymouth?", "How did the Pilgrims and the other Indians get along?", "How did the Pilgrims spend Thanksgiving?" and many more!

Product Details

  • Dimensions: 9’’W x 7.5’’H
  • Paperback, 80 pages, by Ann McGovern, Illustrated by Anna DiVito
  • Picture book with colored illustrations
  • ISBN: 978-0-590-45161-1


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