pilgrims and people from England
They would be very religious people.
Pilgrims of any religion in the world , have changed their ways and have become religious so they go on pilgrimages to shrines.
Pilgrims are people who travel to holy places for religious purposes.
-Puritans -Pilgrims -Native Americans -English
People who are pilgrims are people that are going on a spiritual journeys, a pilgrimage.
Pilgrims are people that take pilgrimages, so therefore there are no types of pilgrims.
the pilgrims ate with Indians and other people.
Out of the 104 people on the Mayflower 64 were Pilgrims.
102 (all of the pilgrims)
Pilgrims are people who leave their home to find religious freedom. Pilgrims would be people who are not allowed to openly practice their religion in their current home.
it was a type of culture that they did
Medieval pilgrims were people who went on journeys or trips to distant places of religious importance. Such trips were called pilgrimages and people who go on a pilgrimage are called pilgrims.
The Pilgrims were a group of people. You can't found a people. I'm assuming you meant "What" and not "Who," so the answer is Plymouth Colony.
The pilgrims were Puritans, which is a denomination of Protestant Christianity.
Pilgrims in the middle ages were people who traveled from church to church.
No, they are not immigrants. The pilgrims are early settlers. Immigrants are people that are alive today.
No, but the people that tried to attack the pilgrims were called sith loards
Pilgrims were Separatists. They were a type of Puritans. The Pilgrims settled Plymouth Colony. The Puritans settled Massachusetts Bay Colony.http://www.pilgrimhallmuseum.org/pdf/Pilgrim_Puritan_A_Delicate_Distinction.pdf
people... and they eat them