Good News from New England is one of the most important early Pilgrim tracts to come from America. First published in 1624, this book helped persuade others from England to come join those who already settled in Plymouth. For the modern reader, it contains fascinating information about Native Americans and their lifestyle as well as contemporary reflections on the New England soil and climate. In addition, the footnotes from Young's Chronicles of 1841 provide valuable historical sidebars about early settlers and the land they claimed as their own. 92 pages, softcover.