Emigrants: why the English sailed to the New World

Emigrants: why the English sailed to the New World

This event has finished Took place on: Wednesday, 31st Jan 2018

James Evans’ Emigrants tells the story of America’s earliest settlers from England. Hear the author bring to life the stories of English emigrants and their colonisation of the New World.
James is a historian and television producer who, having completed his doctorate at Oriel College, Oxford, has since worked producing historical documentaries for television, together with the accompanying books.

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Europe/London Emigrants: why the English sailed to the New World James Evans’ Emigrants tells the story of America’s earliest settlers from England. Hear the author bring to life the stories of English emigrants and their colonisation of the New World. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/01/31/emigrants-why-the-english-sailed-to-the-new-world-159254 The National Archives,Bessant Dr,,London

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