Posted 2 years ago
"Pilgrim William Bradford vividly described the atrocious weather conditions endured by the Mayflower.
‘After they had enjoyed fair winds and weather for a season, they were encountered many times with cross winds, and met with many fierce storms, with which the ship was shroudly shaken, and her upper works made very leaky; and one of the main beams in the mid ships was bowed and cracked, which put them in some fear that the ship could not be able to perform the voyage.’”
-The Mayflower Collection
Posted on November 24th, 2011
- skullsandvolcanoes reblogged this from adventures-of-the-blackgang and added:
Writing an essay on my lineage to those who came over on the Mayflower in hopes to get a $500 scholarship.