Church of St. Louis (Lodewijskerk)-Despite the occasional respite at the Burcht, the Pilgrims’ life in Leiden was principally one of long, hard labor, much of it at the looms, where they wove various fabrics—linen, fustian, serge, wool cloth—that made the city rich.

The Pilgrims Before Plymouth

Church of St. Louis (Lodewijskerk)-Despite the occasional respite at the Burcht, the Pilgrims’ life in Leiden was principally one of long, hard labor, much of it at the looms, where they wove various fabrics—linen, fustian, serge, wool cloth—that made the city rich.

The House on Stink Alley: A Story About the Pilgrims in Holland by F. N. Monjo

The House on Stink Alley: A Story About the Pilgrims in Holland: Young Love Brewster describes the experiences of his family and other Pilgrims living in Leyden in the years before the Mayflower sailed for the New World.

Pilgrim Hall Museum - About the Pilgrims - Holland

Pilgrim Hall, built in is a gallery museum in the center of historic Plymouth, Massachusetts. The nation’s oldest continuously–operating public museum, Pilgrim Hall houses an unmatched collection of Pilgrim possessions.

Leiden, Holland Tulip City

Leiden, Holland Tulip City

"A cold day in Holland."

Embleem: sneeuw, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c.

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