From the Shelves at Castlemoyle.com
Original Price: $6.00
Your Price: $4.00
You Save: $2.00
Plymouth in the Words of Her Founders: A Visitor's
Category: History: U.S.: 17th Century
Author: Paul Jehle
Copyright/published Year: 2002 by Vision Forum
Description: There have been many guidebooks printed about "America's
Hometown." They give information on museums, old houses and
activities for residents and tourists alike. All are recommended
by the author who has an affinity and love for the town of
This guidebook, however, is unique. It attempts to
interpret the specific monuments erected in memory of the
Pilgrims, Plymough's founders. After twenty-four years giving
walking tours, researching the monuments and the intent of the
their sculptors as well as the writings of the Pilgrims, Dr. Paul
Jehle has let the founders of Plymouth interpret the symbols
erected in their memory.
Plymouth is a town that has been besieged by revisionist
historians and special interest groups intent on presenting an
anti-Christian and politically-correct history of America's
spiritual birthplace. Thanks to the testimony of historian and
pastor Dr. Paul Jehle, the tide is turning. For the first time
ever, visitors to Plymouth can have a well-documented overview of
the monuments and sites of America's spiritual birthplace in the
words of the founders of Plymouth and America themselves.
Published as a special project of Vision Forum Ministries and the
Plymouth Rock Foundation, this pocket guide is indispensable to
the student of American history or the Christian who wants to
defend the righteous actions of the Pilgrim Fathers.
This book is new.
'like new' used copy.
2002 paperback. First Printing. New copy.
Comments to: castlemoyle.com
© Castlemoyle Books and Gifts
Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Pacific Time)
We are closed weekends and U.S. Holidays
694 Main Street
Mail: PO Box 520
Pomeroy WA 99347
Toll Free Orders 1-888-SPELL-86
Page Name: www.castlemoyle.com/shopping/display.asp?idno=HIST43544