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Re: The Henry Voyage

I fail to see the connection.  Arnold had problems with Roger Williams,  and
moved to Newport. Williams, founder of Providence,  was a 17 Century Pilgrim
seeking religious freedom. Both Newport and Providence were founded by

The poem is one man's recollection of an family oral tradition.  How does
this poem reflect on Plymouth Plantation?

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From: "Spirit One Email" <laurel@spiritone.com>
To: <sinclair@quarterman.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 12:53 AM
Subject: Re: The Henry Voyage

> If this poem is keeping close to accuracy and not expanding the boundaries
> of Plymouth Plantation in its poetic license,  it seems unlikely that it
> refers to the Newport Tower.  It was about 40 miles cross country as the
> crow flies, between Plymouth Harbor and Newport, but many many more miles

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