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William Bradford, the second governor of the Plymouth Colony, said the following when recounting his arrival to the New World on the Mayflower, "And sure it was God's good providence that we found this corn," Bradford wrote, "for else we know not how we should have done." What can you infer from this quote about Bradford's belief in the European arrival to the New World? Bradford believed that the corn was placed there for them by the previous colonists.

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    He believed they were destined to colonize there.

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