how did the pilgrams get to america?
For the freedom of religion. And...?
Others came for financial opportunity, but the Pilgrams came first and foremost for religious freedom.
For religious beliefs.
i think the pilgrams came in 1620
The United States was first settled by pilgrims (oftentimes misspelled as pilgrams). These pilgrims first came from England and quickly spread out into different colonies.
They wanted to worship as they preferred .
To seek religous freedom. Ya know to believe what they want to believe.
They left on Sept. 6, 1620 and reached America on nov. 11,1620.
eating turkeys came from the pilgrams. On thanksgiving, them and the Indians ate turkey
Mainly from Europe, including The Netherlands, the UK and Spain and others.
the pilgrams left holland because their children was being harmed
the pilgrams originally left England and moved to
The pilgrams ate peaches, corn, turnups any thing they could find. -.-
Squanto and Samoset. Without them the Pilgrams may have not survived.
well, I'me no expert but i think they might come from America because when the pilgrams hat thanks giving, they had pumpkins. (the pilgrims were in America)
The pilgrams came to Plymouth in 1620. They came on the Mayflower. The pilgrams surived by killing animals and collecting berries. They had the first thanksgiving in 1621 with the Native Amercans. They went to have religious freedom, also.
The Pilgrams sighted land, which was the tip of the Cape, known as Provincetown, on November 9th, 1620.
They did not have toys
on a boat named the Mayflower
The pilgrams and indians.
By the Mayflower (boat)