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Soon after the Mayflower continued on her voyage to America, Speedwell ... The Mayflower would also carry two boats: a long boat and a "shallop", ... about some six months afterward they d...

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They hired a ship called the Speedwell to take them from Delfshaven, the Netherlands, to Southampton, England, to meet up with the Mayflower. The two ships ...

Mayflower departs England - Sep 16, 1620 - HISTORY.com

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On this day in History, Mayflower departs England on Sep 16, 1620. ... After a 66- day voyage, the ship landed on November 21 on the tip of Cape Cod at .... On this day in 1993, Frasier, a spin-off of the long-running mega-hit sitcom Cheers, ...

Mayflower II FAQs | Plimoth Plantation

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Can I take pictures of Mayflower II? Frequently Asked ... How long were the Pilgrims on board Mayflower? 12. Did anyone die on the 1620 voyage of Mayflower?

Aboard the Mayflower, 1620 - EyeWitness to History

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The Pilgrim's journey to America began in 1608 when they were forced to leave ... passengers departed from Plymouth aboard the Mayflower on September 6. ... of the ship they would not long hold firm, they would be safe as long as they did ...

The First Thanksgiving: Journey on the Mayflower - Scholastic

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Relive the journey the Pilgrims took across the Atlantic Ocean.

Mayflower Voyage and Passengers *** - Colonial America

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This article on Mayflower Voyage and life on board the ship provides facts ... Mayflower Voyage - Fact 18, The "Saints" and the "Strangers" realised that if they did not ... The passengers arrived at their destination in November of 1620 when the ...

The Voyage of the Mayflower & Speedwell - Pilgrim Hall Museum

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The Mayflower was a sizable cargo ship, around 100 feet in length. She had served many years in the wine trade. With the crowding of 102 passengers plus ...

The Journey from Mayflower steps to Cape Cod

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Apr 26, 2015 ... The Mayflower crew sighted land off Cape Cod on November 9, 1620 and ... The voyage from Plymouth, England to Plymouth Harbour is about 2,750 ... and cursing them daily with grievous execrations, and did not let to tell them, ... and though with the working of the ship they would not long keep staunch, ...

What did the pilgrims eat on the Mayflower? | Reference.com

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The pilgrims on the Mayflower ate foods that were easily preserved such as salted beef, salted ... New England voyage ships' provision lists that survive from this time period show typical foods carried aboard for long journeys from England .

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The Mayflower - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

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Find out more about the history of The Mayflower, including videos, interesting ... From the Pilgrims' reasons for leaving Europe to the treacherous journey across the ... In fact, the Separatists (they called themselves “Saints”) did find religious ...

Mayflower and Mayflower Compact | Plimoth Plantation

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That's what the Pilgrims did in the year 1620, on a ship called Mayflower. ... After a long, hard voyage, and an even harder winter, Mayflower left Plymouth to ...

The Mayflower Voyage | Scholastic.com

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Yes, the Mayflower did smell. The 'tween decks was crowded with people, many of whom became seasick. People could not take baths on the ship. When the ...