The Pilgrims or Pilgrim Fathers were early European settlers of the Plymouth
Colony in ... Separatists held that their differences with the Church of England
were ... Shortly thereafter, Smyth and m...
The congregation stayed briefly in Amsterdam and then moved to the city of ...
Although the Pilgrims had originally intended to settle near the Hudson River in ...
to stay behind in England or Holland when Mayflower left England were able to ...
Nov 19, 2012 ... The settlers had originally hoped to make for the mouth of the Hudson ...
passengers felt any emotional connection to Plymouth, England, at all.
Nov 21, 2013 ... There is much more to the story about why the Pilgrims really came to America.
To better understand why the Pilgrims left England to come to ...
Religious persecution had prompted the Pilgrims to move from England to ...
desire for greater religious freedom led them to leave Holland for America in
So the Pilgrims left England, in search of a safe place to practice their religion.
They chose to go to Holland and found a home in Leiden. For 12 years, they ...
Why did so many people move to Colonial America? ... What is gold panning
equipment? Why did the Pilgrim Fathers leave England? Q: ...
Oct 18, 2011 ... A decade or so later, as Leiden's political and economic climate changed, the
refugees moved again. ... But we don't know much about the Pilgrims' Leiden
years. ... Bangs admits he thought there was little left to learn about the Pilgrims.
.... Whatever Happened to Eddie the Eagle, Britain's Most Lovable...
May 22, 2008 ... Some fifty years before the Mayflower left port, a band of French colonists .... sort
of religious persecution that later drove the Pilgrims from England, .... Let us
move forward as one America, as American's and build upon what ...
Apr 7, 2008 ... ... of these separatists moved first to Amsterdam and then to Leiden in Holland. In
Leiden, many of the pilgrims worked hard as weavers. ... they did not leave
England for North American directly for that purpose. ... In William Bradford's
History of Plymouth Plantation (1620-1647, originally titled Of Plymouth.