John Smith And William Bradford
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January 2, 2017
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Bradford, instead, writes about the condition of the men who arrived to the shore. He also mentions that, in the New World there was no one to welcome them, more over there was no place to stay in, no houses, no inns. Smith argues about the pleasure of erecting towns and populating them.
John Smith mentions little of the Native Americans...
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Smith argues about the pleasure of erecting towns and populating them.
John Smith mentions little of the Native Americans. And if he briefly does he says that they are good people and that they helped them when they arrived. Whereas Bradford mentions that the Native Americans greeted them with arrows...
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