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The Mayflower Compact was a document that?

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what is the mayflower compact

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The Mayflower Compact was a document, not a ship.


Here is the term mayflower compact in a sentence. The mayflower compact was the governing document of the Plymouth colony.


The Mayflower Compact was a document signed by male passengers on the Mayflower. It was the first democratic document agreed to in North America.


The Mayflower Compact. (the name came from the name of the ship the Pilgrims had arrived. )


The Mayflower Compact was the first written governing document. Basically, it was the first ever written document about government in the United States.







The name of this document was The Mayflower Compact.


The Mayflower Compact was able to do this as it was the first governing document of the Plymouth Colony.


it was such a unique document because it was the 1st document recognizing self government


Yes, The Mayflower Compact was a document written by the Pilgrims (thus the title Mayflower) that set rules in the New World


The Mayflower Compact was a document of the Plymouth Colony. It is best described as a step toward genuine self-government.



first governing document of the Plymouth colony



I think the document itself is called a charter but it is actually called the mayflower compact


The Mayflower Compact was a document signed by 41 male Pilgrims on November 21, 1620. By signing this document, the men agreed to form a temporary government and be bound by its laws. The compact became the basis of government in the Plymouth Colony.



The Compact was not Discovered; it was a document agreed upon and attested to by its signers, particularly by Johnathan Winthrop.






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