Interesting topic about the Pilgrims in early America a journey into the new world.
We typically think of the Pilgrims as British outcasts who set sail to America and settled in Massachusetts. But historical facts are a little more complicated than that; the original Pilgrims were fellows of the fundamental Puritan group of the Church of England named the English Separatist Church, which unlawfully split away from the main Church in 1607. The group initially settled in the Netherlands, where the laws were more tolerant towards religion.
As soon as they arrived in the Netherlands, the Puritans suffered financial problems as well as were afraid to lose their English heritage and language. This stirred, in the end, the commitment to their voyage to the New World, where they would be permitted to practice their religion and their way of life.
In September of…
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