DALA: Digital American Literature Anthology
Edited by Michael O'Conner, Millikin University

Unit 3: Pilgrims, Puritans and Opponents Resources

Resources for Lecture Building and Extended Study - Copyrighted Materials

Students, if you are using or referencing these materials in your writing, research or presentations, please cite them according to your professor's designated style sheet. Professors, if you are teaching with copyrighted materials, please take care to respect intellectual property rights and carefully observe fair use laws. The Know Your Copy Rights site has valuable information pertaining to this topic.

Unit Background, Secondary Sources

Puritanism in New England by Donna Campbell

Early American Captivity Narratives by Donna Campbell

Perspectives in American Literature, Chapter 1: American Puritanism: A Brief Introduction by Paul P. Reuben

Sermon Structure by Donna Campbell

Society of Early Americanists, Teaching Resources

Primary Sources

Bradford's History

Thomas Morton's Revels in New Canaan

Thomas Morton's Description of the Indians of New England

Winthrop's Model of Christian Charity (Original spellings, from Collections of Mass. Historical Society, 1838)

Mather's Wonders of the Invisible World Hypertext

Bradstreet, at Poets.org

Edwards, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"

Edward Taylor's "Huswifery"


American Passages, Unit 3: Utopian Promise

History in the Making, Unit 3: Colonial Designs

Electronic Resources in the Public Domain in the USA

Colonial Prose and Poetry, Volume One, 1903

Colonial Prose and Poetry, Volume Two, 1903

Colonial Prose and Poetry, Volume Three, 1903

Project Gutenberg: Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation

Winthrop's Journals

Diary of Samuel Sewall

Project Gutenberg: Anne Bradstreet and Her Time by Helen Campbell

Project Gutenberg: Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson by Mary Rowlandson

Project Gutenberg: Wonders of the Invisible World, by Cotton Mather and Increase Mather

New England Primer, 1777, version one

New England Primer, 1777, version two

Project Gutenberg: Brief Account of the Rise and Progress of the People Called Quakers by William Penn

Project Gutenberg: Selected Sermons of Jonathan Edwards, edited by H. Norman Gardiner, 1904







Dr.Michael O'Conner, Millikin University