Rather than attempting to purify the church the Pilgrims desired a total separation. Dissenters commonly referred to as the Pilgrims Though theologically very similar to the Puritans
The Plymouth Colony met of being separated, but They was still going without feeling around them 're All help each other out in move on All the way They kept growing until they were a good settlement. They had a settlement that was.worth putting time into without anyone falling behind in stop work they …show more content…
they got to where they were going After a long time on a boat they find got off they were so happy that After they got off that boat they had learned to go on in walk on land with all that they would do to go on living there After they all got off they got off the boat it left inn didn 't come back till a month from then it would bring more people back to the town in then it would go back to the place it came from then stay there for a while.
they grow food and made house to leave and they get moving up and live and not back they would not be going and where and time soon they were going to be they for they rest of they live it was home to them After some new ones came to the place they got to like it and some didn 't not the same thing kept happen to now and they was not going back to the city some did and some didn 't go back the ones that did had to go on the boat ride back to the city and they could of died on the boat ride back over they the ones that didn 't get back on the boat would be safe they had food water and a home to …show more content…
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