Why did the pilgrims come to America?

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The pilgrims came to America because of the following reasons: Economic Scarcity; The immoral cultural environment; A desire to evangelize.
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Answer Ostensibly to escape religious persecution in England. Interestingly, many of the pilgrim communities, most of them Protestant Christians, went on to persecute other religious
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The Pilgrims came to America in 1620 because they wanted freedom of religion.
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Some version of "for religious freedom" is usually cited. As usual with our foundation stories, it's wrong. They left Engand, and went to the Netherlands, for religious
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The reason they left Great Britain was that they were actively persecuted in Great Britain. For example, John Bunyan, author of "Pilgrim's Progress" (second to the King
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The Pilgrims were a group of settlers who left England to seek religious freedom.
After a period in Holland, they set sail from Plymouth, England, on Sept. 16, 1620, aboard the Mayflower, its 102 passengers spending 65 days at sea.
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