Archival print of 17th and 18th century migrations to America

The "Pilgrims" were just the vanguard of successive English migrations to North America. Most of these migrations were concentrated in the 17th century, a chaotic period in England of civil war, religious persecution, widespread poverty and ovepopulation. In turn, waves of Puritans, Quakers, Royalist Cavaliers and Ulster English emigrated to America's shores, each driven by their own motives and circumstances. This unique archival print distills these migrations into two maps and a timeline.

This print is available as a 22" x 17" archival print with a live area of 19.75" x 14.5" (the printed image within the sheet). More information about this print and archival printing is on the homepage. See a page with ordering instructions. If you have questions email Mike McMillen.

English Migrations to America in the 17th and 18th centuries including the Quakers, Puritans and Cavaliers.