The Pilgrims' Religion: A Faith That Inspired Thanksgiving: <i>Mayflower II</i>, replica of the original ship <i>Mayflower</i>, which sailed in 1620 bringing the first Puritan Separatist pilgrims to Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Rest in peace Mr. Graham! If only the world could be more like you!
Pilgrim badge Badge in the shape of a hand with a beaded cuff and a small loop at the top. There is a pin on the back. It is possible that this is a pilgrim souvenir, but if so, the shrine where it was made is unknown. Pilgrims who travelled to religious shrines frequently bought souvenirs of their pious journey such as ampullae (small bottles for holy water), badges and figurines. Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th century
Pilgrim badge, possibly from the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham at Walsingham Priory. This badge is in the shape of a five-pointed star which has trefoils between each point. Projecting from the star is an arrow.
The First Thanksgiving at Plymouth, 1914 by Jennie A. Brownscombe - oil on canvas. This painting is located at the Pilgrim Hall Museum, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Tourist, Witness, and Pilgrim: Traveling to Budapest When my husband and I were traveling to Budapest earlier this year, we went to a lecture in which the speaker categorized three kinds of travelers: a tourist, a witness, and a pilgrim. A tourist, he said, buys a funny hat that she wouldn’t wear at home and takes lots of photos. A witness comes to view what’s happening in a place at that moment in time. A pilgrim journeys to a place to pay tribute to her religion or culture.
Fall Bible Printables including Pilgrims, Native Americans, Mayflower, Harvest, Pumpkins, Cornucopia and more, Perfect for Sunday School or Fall Unit Study. Free from Christian Preschool Printables
Pilgrim badge of St John the Baptist from the shrine at Amiens in France. The cult began at Amiens in 1206 when the crusader Walon de Sarton brought back part of St John the Baptist’s skull and its silver dish after the sack of Constantinople. Pilgrims flocked to Amiens cathedral to see the relic and bought souvenirs of their visit. Production Date: Late Medieval; late 15th-early 16th century