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Experimental Work in Education: The Pilgrim Play


by Mabel I. Barney 1907

THE PILGRIM PLAY PART I SCENE I. HOUSE OF GOV. CARVER IN HOLLAND Persons present: MRS. BREWSTER, MRS. HOPKINS, MRS. BRADFORD, MRS. WHITE, KATHARINE CARVER, DUTCH CHILD, ENGLISH CHILD, AND OTHERS. Mrs. Hopkins. O, this flax in Holland is very poor! It breaks every minute and now that I have just put it together, it has broken again. I would fain be back in old England. Mrs. Carver. It is not well to complain. Flax is not the only thing. We have our own religion and greater freedom than in Scrooby. There we were in danger of having our husbands clapped in prison or put to the stocks for worshiping contrary to King James. ...


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 8 Number 2, 1907, p. 121-126
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 9944, Date Accessed: 10/17/2017 9:22:36 AM

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