"Captain Alden Denounced," illustration published in A Popular History of the United States, Vol 2, circa 1878

John Alden’s Account of His Witch Trial Examination

"Captain Alden Denounced," illustration published in A Popular History of the United States, Vol 2, circa 1878

John Alden's account of his Witch Trial examination

John Alden’s Account of His Witch Trial Examination

The home of John Alden. (1599 – September 12, 1687) is said to be the first person from the Mayflower to set foot on Plymouth Rock in 1620.He was a ship-carpenter by trade and a cooper for Mayflower, which was usually docked at Southampton. He was also one of the founders of Plymouth Colony and the seventh signer of the Mayflower Compact.

The home of John Alden. (1599 – September 12, 1687) is said to be the first person from the Mayflower to set foot on Plymouth Rock in 1620.He was a ship-carpenter by trade and a cooper for Mayflower, which was usually docked at Southampton. He was also one of the founders of Plymouth Colony and the seventh signer of the Mayflower Compact.

History of Massachusetts: When Christmas was Banned in Boston

When Christmas Was Banned in Boston

My 10th Great Grandparents (mother's side), John and Priscilla Alden. John was the first man off the Mayflower.

My 10th Great Grandparents (mother's side), John and Priscilla Alden. John was the first man off the Mayflower.

John Alden

John Alden

Salem, WGN's creative reimagining of the Salem Witch Trials of returned last week for its second season. On the show, of course, witches are very real, and not only are they aware of the trials, but they're also orchestrating them. The second

#Salem S01E06 | "The Red Rose and the Briar" Promotional Photos | WGN America

#Salem S01E06 | "The Red Rose and the Briar" Promotional Photos | WGN America

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