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Author: Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs
Publisher: General Society of Mayflower Descendants; 1st edition (2009)
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In this incredible work Jeremy Bangs rips away nearly four centuries of encrusted knowledge about the Pilgrims. I bought the book in Leiden, and met Dr. Bangs who is a generous individual with his incredible wealth of knowledge.

In this incredible work Jeremy Bangs rips away nearly four centuries of encrusted knowledge about the Pilgrims. The result is an extraordinary reassessment of these people. I agree with Francis J. Bremer who correctly said: "No one knows more about the Pilgrims than Jeremy Bangs. A must read for history lovers.

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His goal is to look at the Pilgrims in perspectives not usually considered, especially historical and the effects of their time in Leiden on their thinking and how that effected them in New England. Lots of quotes from primary evidence. Bibliography is stupendous. Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs, X'67 Author. Related reading from our pages: "Going Dutch: In one of the oldest chapters of American history-the Pilgrims’ flight from n Jeremy Bangs, X’67, finds new ground to cover.

Strangers and Pilgrims is organized both thematically and chronologically. Bangs begins with a chronicle of the Pilgrims' separation from the Church of England, their flight to Amsterdam, and their subsequent removal to Leiden.

By Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2009. James K. Honeyford (a1). University of Manitoba. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 07 March 2012.

Author: Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs Published: 2009 In this incredible work Jeremy Bangs rips away nearly .

Author: Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs Published: 2009 In this incredible work Jeremy Bangs rips away nearly four centuries of encrusted knowledge about the Pilgrims.

Bangs, Jeremy Dupertuis, 1946-. Varying Form of Title: Leiden and the foundations of Plymouth Plantation. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book

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Historian Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs, an American expatriate who went to Leiden as a graduate student in the .

Historian Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs, an American expatriate who went to Leiden as a graduate student in the 1970s, has devoted his life’s work to piecing together the details of this important chapter in the history of the Pilgrims-and thus, in our history as well. As the author of a comprehensive 800-page history, Strangers and Pilgrims, Travellers and Sojourners: Leiden and the Foundations of Plymouth Plantation, Bangs knows as well as anyone can from the perspective of five centuries, the early American colonists who had lived in Leiden: their marriages and families, their occupations, their legal squabbles and even in some cases, their attitudes.

Leiden American Pilgrim Museum. The Leiden American Pilgrim Museum is a small museum in the Dutch city of Leiden dedicated to the Pilgrim Fathers (or simply Pilgrims). These Separatists or English Dissenters were religious refugees who had fled England to Amsterdam in 1608 and moved to Leiden the next year. They lived and worked in that city for about 12 to 20 years. In 1620, their emigration began.

"In this incredible work Jeremy Bangs rips away nearly four centuries of encrusted knowledge about the Pilgrims. Not content to rely on received knowledge about this separatist community, Bangs has spent a lifetime searching them out in archives--Dutch, English and American. The result is an extraordinary reassessment of these people. Never mincing works (Bangs is refreshingly direct), his scholarship is the starting line for any historian interested in the Pilgrim story or early American history writ large..." William M. Fowler, Professor of History, Northeastern University.