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Jump to. Would you have liked to travel on a small ship with more than other people, all of their belongings, and possibly some farm animals — for 66 days? Mayflower set sail from England in Horny women in Rushville Missouribut it had to turn back twice because Speedwellthe ship it was traveling with, leaked. After deciding to leave the leaky Speedwell behind, Mayflower finally got underway on September 6, In the s, the ocean was full of dangers.
The first group to leave England actually headed for the Dutch Netherlands in They became uneasy in their new land as their children started speaking Dutch and abandoning English traditions. Even worse to the Separatists, the tolerance shown to them by the Dutch was shown to many different faiths. They became disgusted with the attention paid to worldly goods, and the presence of many "unholy" faiths. The great Separatist experiment in the Netherlands came to a quick end, as they began to look elsewhere for a purer place to build their society.
The rest were immigrants, adventurers, and speculators.
When the weather was good, the passengers could enjoy hot food cooked on deck. When there was high wind or storms, they lived on salted beef, a dried biscuit called " hard tack ," other dried vegetables, and beer. The nearest thing to resemble a bathroom was a bucket. Their voyage took about two months, and the passengers enjoyed a happier experience than most trans-Atlantic trips. One death was suffered and one child was born. The child was named Oceanus after the watery depths beneath them. Hot Girl Hookup Kongiganak Alaska of the greatest twists of fate in human history occurred on that epochal voyage.
The Pilgrims were originally bound for Virginia to live north of Jamestown under the same charter granted to citizens of Jamestown. Fate charted a different course.
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Lost at sea, they happened upon a piece of land that would become known as Cape Cod. After surveying the land, they set up camp not too far from Plymouth Rock. They feared venturing further south because winter was fast approaching. The Pilgrims had an important question to answer before they set ashore.
Since they were not landing within the jurisdiction of the Virginia Company, they had no charter to govern them. Who would rule their society? In the landmark Mayflower Compact ofthe Pilgrims decided that they would rule themselves, based on majority rule of the townsmen. This Horney girl breeze winn Columbus Ohio attitude set up a tradition of self-rule that would later lead to town meetings and elected legislatures in New England.
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