'This Troublesome Planter' Thomas Morton of Merry Mount

Gragg, Larry
October 1977
History Today;Oct77, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p667
Discusses the involvement of Thomas Morton with several settlements in Massachusetts and in England. Effect of Morton on the Pilgrims of Plymouth Colony; Establishment of the settlement Mount Wollaston; Development of the settlement Merry Mount.


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