What document did the pilgrims create that started the foundations of direct democracy in the colonies?


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2017-06-30 00:57:44
2017-06-30 00:57:44

the Mayflower Compact


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The Mayflower Compact was signed on board the Mayflower agreeing the Pilgrims would treat each other civilly. The key aspect of the Compact centered on democracy.

Because, the Pilgrims were pretty much the first settlers who came to what was back then Jamestown. The document the Pilgrims signed was also one of the first signs of Democracy in North America (I'm assuming your talking about the "Mayflower Compact"). It showed that everyone had a say (at least, all of the men did) and needed to live up to commitments.

The document that was written by the Pilgrims for their new colony was the Mayflower Compact

The mayflower compact was the first document written by the pilgrims on their voyage to the new world. It was indeed a self-government contract and was in the New England Colonies.

The first written document that provided self government for the pilgrims was The Mayflower Compact.

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

The pilgrims showed democracy by writing the Mayflower Compact, but it was not fully democratic because the women could not sign. Joelle P. Nest + m 4th grade

in the new England colonies there were the puritans and pilgrims

pilgrims and for religious freedom

The historical significance of the pilgrims can be seen in various colonial foundations in America. They also played a very significant role in the formulation of part the constitution.

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