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When did Plymouth Colony started as an independent colony?

1620


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where did the Plymouth colony come from


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Plymouth colony


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Plymouth Colony ended in 1691.


When was Plymouth Colony created?

Plymouth Colony was created in 1620.


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The Plymouth Colony was found for freedom of religion.


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The pilgrims founded Plymouth Colony.


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the plymouth colony got it name by getting a name


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It was called Plymouth Colony. Or somtimes New Plymouth or Plymouth Bay Colony.


What The name of the pilgrims first settlement?

It was called Plymouth Colony. Or somtimes New Plymouth or Plymouth Bay Colony.


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They were Pilgrims from England and Holland, and they established the Plymouth Colony after their ship landed at Plymouth Rock.


In what present day state was the Plymouth colony?

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Did the Quakers establish the Plymouth colony?

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the mayflower was the 1620 agreement for ruling the Plymouth colony


Describes religious tolerance in the Plymouth colony?

The Plymouth colony only allowed the Puritan religion.