where did the Plymouth colony come from
Plymouth was a colony from 1620 to 1691.
Plymouth Colony ended in 1691.
Plymouth Colony was created in 1620.
The Plymouth Colony was found for freedom of religion.
the plymouth colony got it name by getting a name
The pilgrims founded Plymouth Colony.
They were Pilgrims from England and Holland, and they established the Plymouth Colony after their ship landed at Plymouth Rock.
At Plymouth, Massachusetts.
The Plymouth colony was in present day Massachusetts.
It was called Plymouth Colony. Or somtimes New Plymouth or Plymouth Bay Colony.
There were 32.526 ships that sailed to the Plymouth Colony. No im just kidding. There were 14 that sailed to th Plymouth Colony. Not kidding.
Plymouth Colony (sometimes New Plymouth, or Plymouth Bay Colony) was an English colonial venture in North America from 1620 to 1691.
Massachusetts Bay Colony
There is no "Plymoth colony"
The leader of the Plymouth colony in what is now Plymouth, Massachusetts, was Myles Standish. He was hired by the "separatists" (Protestants) for his expertise in many fields. He was elected as their military leader for life. He was an agent for the Plymouth colony of England. He also served as an treasurer of Plymouth Colony as well as assistant Governor.
the mayflower was the 1620 agreement for ruling the Plymouth colony
The Plymouth colony only allowed the Puritan religion.
The Pilgrims founded Plymouth Colony. The Puritans were the group that settled the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
The Plymouth Colony was located on the Atlantic coast just north of Cape Cod, in what is now called Plymouth, Massachusetts. It was later combined with the Massachusetts Bay Colony, centered near Boston, Massachusetts, to form the Colony of Massachusetts Bay and Plymouth Plantation.
William Bradford was a governor of the Plymouth Colony. He served from 1621-1657.