National Book Award-winning historian and New York Times best-selling author Nathaniel Philbrick delivers a fresh, riveting narrative of Pilgrims and Indians struggling for peaceful co-existence. When Dutch urban life weakens their family life, English Separatists follow God's leading and bravely cross the Atlantic. But after violent storms carry them far north of Hudson's River, they fight icy New England winds to build crude shelters. When half die of starvation and cold that winter, the weakened survivors are not ready for the specter of Indian attack.
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