People from England came to America. They were called Pilgrims. They came to America in 1620. The Pilgrims wanted freedom of religion. They wanted to choose their own church. They came on a ship they called the Mayflower. The Pilgrims lived in a place called Plymouth. The Indians (Native Americans) helped them build Why_did_Pilgrims_come_to_Americaand find food. The Native Americans (Indians) were the first people to live in America.
It's already out, just not available in America.
I think they are very close but for me pilgrim has come out on top
In 1608 the pilgrim fathers left England to America
The pilgrim fathers were Puritan.
The Mayflower in 1620
they arrived in America when they felt like it
The pilgrims migrated to America.
The Pilgrims came to America to secure religious freedoms. Some of the Pilgrim leaders were William Brewster and William Bradford.
it means settlers from England
21 November 1620
You could be. A pilgrim is someone who is on a pilgrimage. A dictionary defines a pilgrimage as a journey to a sacred place or shrine or a long journey or search, especially one of exalted purpose or moral signifigance. The Pilgrims that came to America were searching for a place to worship freely. They were on a pilgrimage. If you are on the same type of journey then I would say yes, you are a Pilgrim.
Jamestown they named it after King James
It is impossible to say when the first immigrants came to America. Immigrants have been coming to America for thousands of years. The Pilgrim fathers were immigrants. The people that came with Columbus were immigrants. Many other people had come to America long before Columbus and they were immigrants. The first people on the American continent were immigrants.
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The Mayflower is the name of the ship that brought the Pilgrim Fathers to America in 1620.
the speedwell did not make it to America due to leaks.
The 'Pilgrim Fathers' who founded the Plymouth Plantation in America were from England.