anonymous
  • anonymous
2. The Pilgrims’ original destination was the Virginia territory, where they would be governed by the laws of the Virginia Company. Why did they settle further north and what effect did this have on the colonists?
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DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
The settlers who founded Plymouth Colony in 1620 were English Separatists. They were not looking for a place with no ruler--they were still loyal subjects of the King (James I). However, they were opposed to the beliefs and practices, particularly the liturgy and ritual, that had accumulated within the Church of England. So that could be a reason why they settled further north
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
im don't know how it effect the colonist expect in a way they knew what life was like outside the rule of England

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