On November 9, 1620, they sighted land, which was present-day Cape Cod. ...
Jones had originally planned to return to England as soon as the Pilgrims found
a ... rotten, so many passengers did not r...
That's what the Pilgrims did in the year 1620, on a ship called Mayflower. ...
Mayflower set sail from England in July 1620, but it had to turn back twice ... After
deciding to leave the leaky Speedwell behind, Mayflower finally got ... more
months, rowing ashore to build houses during the day, and returning to the ship
D-Day and the German Surrender, d. ... The first group to leave England actually
headed for the Dutch Netherlands in 1608. ... The Pilgrims were originally bound
for Virginia to live north of Jamestown under the same ... What's the difference
between Pilgrims and Puritans and why did both groups come to the New World?
Each missed Sunday and holy day brought about fines. ... In all 150 men, women
and children were able to leave England and made a home in Leiden,
Amsterdam. ... Weston did come back with a substantial change, telling the
Leiden group ...
Nov 21, 2013 ... To better understand why the Pilgrims left England to come to America, it may ...
Many people wonder - why did the pilgrims really came to America? ... of Scrooby
(in north Nottinghamshire) determined that it was time to leave England. ...
Halloween and Reformation Day: The Connection · The Origin of the ...
land of their own. The Pilgrims and Puritans came to America to practice religious
... Bradford, decided to leave England and start a settlement of their own so that
they could ... 8. Why did the Pilgrims not land where they were supposed to?
The Pilgrims left England to seek religious freedom, or simply to find a better life.
... The Pilgrims finally landed at the site of present-day Plymouth, Mass., on Dec.
England did not agree with the King's decision. Many people in England ... and
the Pilgrims decided to leave England and move to Holland where freedom of
religion was accepted. ... those days reached to present-day New York. When the
Most of the countries surrounding England did not agree with the King's decision.
... But the King denied the request, and the Pilgrims decided to leave England
and ... part of Virginia (which in those days reached to present day New York).
Fewer than half of the group's members elected to leave Leiden. A small ship, the
Speedwell, carried them to Southampton, England, where they were to join ...
After a 65-day journey, the Pilgrims sighted Cape Cod on November 19. ... The
English ship the Mayflower (a three-masted merchant ship that had originally