The Voyage of the Mayflower

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The pilgrims from England traveled across the Atlantic Ocean in hopes of establishing a new colony in North America. The separatists or “saints” had to endure many unforeseen hardships and overcome many challenges along the journey, but after a long uncomfortable voyage, the pilgrims arrived in America and found a place to build a home. (McGraw-Hill Open Court, 2002)

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