That he was the first to describe the native people
He was the first to describe the native people
William Bradford's work was recognized in a significant way because he had a very explicit and complete account of the Massachusetts settlement where the balance between religious and secular perspectives was made known. In his work, Bradford explains how he separate the church and state in the early days of New England based on his memories.
A.) That he was the first to describe the Native people
William Bradford was one of the signers of the Mayflower Compact which describes the way that pilgrims would be governed. The Mayflower Compact was the first document that is the foundation for a self government.
He was tolerant, an influential and important pilgrim figure. He served in the government for quite a number of years. He describes the Native Americans as violent, and barbaric savages. The native Americans were the inhabitants of the region before the pilgrims settlements were built.