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Pilgrims of The Mayflower

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Date: 1620 [unknown]
Location: Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay Colonymap
Surname/tag: Plymouth, Howland, TIlley, Hurst,
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The Pilgrims who arrived in 1620 on the ship Mayflower have long been mistaken for their near neighbors, the Puritans. These pages are to reveal the story of the Pilgrims as they lived it. Their motives and many of the details of their lives differed from the people of The Great Puritan Migration happening to the south of Plymouth Colony. These pages are to record the best Pilgrim sources and an overview of how they lived.

All of the Pilgrims of the Mayflower can share links to these Free Pages, so that only the personal details need to be on each of the Pilgrim profiles. The "rest of the story" - what they wore, ate, built, and believed may be examined in this one location - for all of them.

Pilgrims in Holland and How they Lived There

Why Go to Amesterdam?
Why remove to Leyden?
Why leave for the wilds of North America?




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