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What compact did the Pilgrims make before landing at Plymouth to pass and obey laws for the good of the colony?


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The Pilgrims made the Mayflower Compact and all the men had to sign it.

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in 1620 the Pilgrims from Plymouth England, wrote the mayflower compact, before landing in Plymouth Massachusetts.


The Mayflower Compact was the Pilgrim agreement made before landing at Plymouth. The Mayflower Compact was signed aboard ship on November 11, 1620 and was the first governing document of 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.



The document was the Mayflower Compact. This was created to insure that the Pilgrims all agreed to follow a common set of rules.


The Mayflower Compact was the Pilgrim agreement made before landing at Plymouth. The Mayflower Compact was signed aboard ship on November 11, 1620 and was the first governing document of Plymouth Colony.


in 1620 the Pilgrums from Plymouth England, Signed the may flower compact before landing in Plymouth Massachusetts


The Mayflower Compact was the Pilgrim agreement made before landing at Plymouth. The Mayflower Compact was signed aboard ship on November 11, 1620 and was the first governing document of Plymouth Colony.



This document was called the Mayflower compact. See the related link for more.




The Agreement signed by the Pilgrims before going ashore was known as the Mayflower Compact. This served as the first governing document in the Plymouth Colony.


The Pilgrims signed the Mayflower Compact while still aboard the ship on November 11, 1620. This was the first governing document of the Plymouth Colony.


the pilgrims signed the mayflower compact before they left for America.


It helped the pilgrims set up a government before they even arrived to Plymouth rock and brought them closer together as a group.


The pilgrims were coming to the New World(The americas) for religious freedom from England. This landing was important because it began the colonization of the Americas. If the Pilgrims had failed, it could have been years before another expedition was sent out. Your question just got answered by a 11 year old.


A near-mutiny just before landing necessitated the writing and signing of the Mayflower Compact.A near-mutiny just before landing necessitated the writing and signing of the Mayflower Compact.


No Corn or Maize as its referred to in most of the world was native to the Americas and wasn't brought to Europe and Asia until the 15th and 16th centuries.Based on William Bradford's account in "Of Plymouth Plantation", it seems clear that the settlers at Plymouth had heard of "Indian corn", as they recognized it when they saw it, but they had never seen it before.


The pilgrims did not actually discover Cape Cod. It was the first landing (Nov. 9th, 1620) before they moved on to Plymouth. The first recorded trip to Cape Cod by a European, was by Bartholomew Gosnold, in 1602. He is credited for naming Cape Cod.


Yes, the Pilgrims first landed on the very tip of the cape (Provinctown) before moving on to Plymouth.


A near-mutiny just before landing necessitated the writing and signing of the Mayflower Compact.


Plymouth is a city in southwest England and was the last port of call of the Pilgrims before they set out across the Atlantic.


Netherlandsthe pilgrims came from Plymouth before they came to the new world which is now called America booAnswer 2 by Terrier23: The pilgrims first came from Plymouth Rock. Plymouth Rock is now known as Plymouth, Massachusetts. Also, the Pilgrims founded America in 1620, but they were not the first to found it. Christopher Columbus was and Christopher Columbus founded America in 1492.The Mayflower sailed from England so most of its passengers would have been English.


There seems to be some dispute as to the exact date of the Pilgrim's arrival near Plymouth, at Cape Cod. It is reported that the Mayflower Compact, an self-governance agreement, was signed by the men on board before landing near Cape Cod on November 20, 1620. Several other references mention dates for the landing as December 11th, December 21st, and December 31, 1620.



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