The Haven, the tidal river near Boston, down which the Pilgrims attempted to flee to Holland
The approximate location from which they tried to flee, looking back towards the City of Boston and “the Stump” church
Boston Guildhall, thought to be the location in which the Pilgrims were held after being captured
There were two prison cells in the basement of the guildhall
Inside a guildhall cell
St Botolph’s Church, Boston, known as “the Stump”
John Cotton, sometime minister at St. Botolph’s, later immigrated to Massachusetts and knew Bradford
A copy of Foxes’ Book of Martyrs in St. Botolph’s
“The Stump” from the air