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How long did the voyage from England to Plymouth take?

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How long did the voyage from England to Plymouth take?

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How many passengers were on the Mayflower?

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How many passengers were on the Mayflower?

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How many passengers were on the Mayflower?

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The captain of the Mayflower was:

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The captain of the Mayflower was:

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The captain of the Mayflower was:

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When did the ship sail from England?

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When did the ship sail from England?

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When did the ship sail from England?

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When did the ship sail from England?

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The length of the Mayflower was:

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The length of the Mayflower was:

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The length of the Mayflower was:

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It is estimated that the length was about 113 feet ... but nobody can say for sure.

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The length of the Mayflower was:

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How many passengers died at sea?

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How many passengers died at sea?

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How many passengers died at sea?

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How many passengers died at sea?

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The first written laws in this new country were called:

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The men of the Mayflower wrote "The Mayflower Compact" as a set of laws for the new colony.



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