Part I: Answer the following questions on Bradford. (These are the same questions from the Observe page.) 1. In complete sentence format, list three specific details you learned about William Bradford from this reading.1a. What I have learned about William Bradford is that he two marriages, one of them was to Dorothy on May, 10th December 1613, in Amsterdam. The second marriage was to a woman named Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, on August 14th 1623, in Plymouth. Also, he died May 9th, 1657, in Plymouth. Lastly, he had 4 children in total between his two wives. 2. In two sentences, explain why you think Bradford is significant in American history.2a. I believe that William Bradford is significant to American History, because he is one of the only settlers from the Mayflower to write about colonizing Plymouth. Not only that but when he remarried his friends threw a “marriage feast” with Indians which may have started Thanksgiving. 3. What personal tragedy occurred while the Mayflower was anchored off Provincetown Harbor? (Remember, use complete sentences please)3a. A personal tragedy that occurred while the Mayflower was anchored off Provincetown Harbor to Bradford was, when Bradford came over on the Mayflower with his wife, Dorothy. They left their son, John, behind in Holland. December 7, 1620, Dorothy fell off the Mayflower while the ship was anchored at Provincetown Harbor and died. The marriage that started in 1613 had ended.Part II: Write your own journal entry!Write your own journal entry using the information below. Choose one of the following perspectives:
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| Option One:Write a journal entry from the perspective of a lusty pirate. What say you to these stuffy Puritans? How is their Puritan lifestyle different from your pirate lifestyle? No pirate journal would be complete without some proper "pirate talk." Visit the Pirate Glossary to discover some common pirate terms. Select at least five of these terms to include in...
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