her on the ship.
Mrs. Stephen Hopkins wins regard from all. Her own little daughter Damaris and her step-daughter Constantia add to the girlhood on the boat.
Mary Brewster and Susanna White set a shining mark.
Mrs. John Carver, her maid and her young ward, Desire Minter—Mrs. Miles Standish and Mrs. Edward Winslow and Katherine C were too busy to eat. The long shadows of the third day saw the end of the event and the end of America's first Thanksgiving Day.
Some weeks later we see Mistress Brewster in her kitchen distilling herbs for Dr. Fuller, when all are startled by the sound of a gun from the fort.
Every wise woman and child knows tcilla Alden's home came Elizabeth, called the first-born daughter of the Pilgrims.
Then came a wedding of special interest.
All Plymouth rejoiced when Patience Brewster married Thomas Prence.
Destiny had woven for her a beautiful pattern, with childhood in Scrooby, girlhood in Leyden, and womanhood in Plymouth.
A bright, parti