Were the Christmas-hating Puritans on the Mayflower “Scrooges”?
They picked me up in the District, and I gave them a place to drop me off in the District—around the Mayflower Hotel.
Loyalists included recent immigrants and Mayflower descendants alike.
In Ghost Hawk, the “invaders from over the sea” are the English settlers on the Mayflower and later.
So at Provincetown, when the Mayflower first dropped anchor in 1620, the Pilgrims did likewise.
A memorable event in James I's reign was the sailing of the Mayflower.
That Mayflower of his could even make him forget he had a Dolores and a Pascualet!
But the Zara, while we were aboard her, was as much ours as the Mayflower is Mr. Wilson's.
Yes, but his hand got well the moment the Mayflower was beyond the Breakwater.
It is very little poetry they would get out of the Mayflower—or philosophy either.