Saints and Strangers

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Saints and Strangers is a book by George F Willison published in 1945 by Reynal & Hitchcock, New York.

Its full title, Saints and Strangers - Being the Lives of the Pilgrim Fathers & Their Families, with Their Friends & Foes: & and Account of Their Posthumous Wanderings in Limbo, Their Final Resurrection & Rise to Glory, & the Strange Pilgrimages of Plymouth Rock, is a fair description of this historical account.

The book includes an appendix listing names and data of the many "saints and strangers" involved as described in the title.

A softback edition published by Time-Life Books is commonly found in thrift and used book stores.