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The Mayflower Compact was written by the Plymouth Colonists as a Law and Order contract.

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the mayflower compact because the English was not the written plan for the government and was not drawn up by the Plymouth colonists !


The Pilgrim Fathers made the Mayflower Compact (the name of the ship they arrived in at the Plymouth Plantation) in 1620.


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When the Pilgrims landed in Plymouth they wrote to Mayflower Compact ( it was written on the ship they were on named the Mayflower) as a means to govern their new colony.


i am not sure when it was written but i know that the pilgrims landed on Plymouth in 1620


The rules were written in the Mayflower Compact.



The Mayflower Compact was a document written in 1620 that set up the government of Plymouth Colony. Essentially, the Compact stated that the colonists would establish laws for the good of all of them, and everyone there would abide by the laws.


The Mayflower Compact was written in 1620.


The Mayflower Compact was written in there destination which they landed in


The plan of government was called the Mayflower Compact. The colonist realized they needed rules to govern themselves if they were to survive the new land. They drew up a written plan for government. Forty-one of the men aboard signed the Mayflower Compact. The Mayflower Compact established a tradition of direct democracy.



The Mayflower Compact was not a novel It was a document which entailed the first governing system of the Plymouth Colony. It was written by the Colonist itself, which were later known as the Pilgrims.


The Mayflower Compact was written by Separatists fleeing England and persecution of King James. It provided the framework for the governing of the Plymouth Colony and was written and signed on board the Mayflower as it sailed from England to Massachusetts in 1620.


The just and equal laws for Plymouth was called for by The Mayflower Compact. It was written and signed in 1820.


The Mayflower compact was written for the colony in Massachusetts


The Mayflower Compact was written by a Mayflower passenger William Bradford in November 1620.


The Mayflower Compact got its name from the ship the Mayflower that's where it was signed and written.


"The Mayflower Compact, signed by 41 English colonists on the ship Mayflower on November 11, 1620, was the first written framework of government established in what is now the United States. The compact was drafted to prevent disagreements/differences of opinion amongst Puritans and non-separatist Pilgrims who had landed at Plymouth a few days earlier." (from History.com)No. It wasn't a pledge, but a framework for the early government.


The document written by the separatists was called the Mayflower Compact. It was written and signed while they were still aboard the Mayflower and was composed to be the first document that would govern the Plymouth Colony.


The Mayflower compact was the agreement the pilgrims signed to govern the Plymouth colony it was written by the "separatists" who were fleeing religious persecution.



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