Canterbury Pilgrims

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Canterbury Pilgrims

pl n
1. (Historical Terms) the pilgrims whose stories are told in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
2. (Historical Terms) NZ the early settlers in Christchurch, Canterbury region
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Canterbury's copy is listed on a shipping manifest--'Magna Charta 1532--1[copy]'--for books belonging to the Canterbury Association packed on 25 September 1852 (see Figure 2).
The first wave of organised European migrations began in England with the formation of the Canterbury Association by John Godley and Edward Wakefield in 1848 and the arrival at Lyttelton of the Association's first four ships in December 1850.