Faith and Freedom: The National Monument to the Forefathers

Front_coverThe National Monument to the Forefathers, in Plymouth, Massachusetts, was dedicated in 1889 to honor the religious pilgrims who helped to settle land that would become the United States, as well as the core values — faith, morality, trust in law, education, and liberty — guided the settlers as they established their community.

The largest solid granite monument in the United States, the Forefathers Monument stands as a tribute to the founders, and the beliefs that inspired their journey across the ocean and provided a foundation for the society they created in the New
World.

National Monument to the ForefathersOur second book — Faith and Freedom: The National Monument to the Forefathers — provides a detailed look at the monument, the settlers who inspired it, and the people who worked to build this important tribute to the Pilgrims who helped to found our nation.

With 28 images of the monument and the park that surrounds it,
Faith and Freedom: The National Monument to the Forefathers is available in paperback and Kindle editions from Amazon.com.

National Monument to the ForefathersContact us for bulk discounts if your church or civic group is planning a visit to this important monument to faith and freedom.

 

 

 

National Monument to the Forefathers

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