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Stunning capture of Bayards Cove in Dartmouth, Devon, where the Pilgrim Fathers stopped on their way to the new world

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Millennium Series. The Settlers' Tale 26p Stamp (1999) Pilgrim Fathers and Red Indian (17th century migration to America)

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Bayard's Cove - Dartmouth, Devon, UK Looking out of the Fort onto the wharfside of Bayard's Cove in Dartmouth and to the River Dart, Banyard's Cove is Dartmouth's original wharf and is where the Pilgrim Fathers rested on their way to America in 1620

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1) Mayflower Pilgrims: The Mayflower Ship '1620 one hundred Puritans boarded the ‘Mayflower’ bound for the New World. These people were the Pilgrim Fathers. The Pilgrim Fathers saw little chance of England becoming a country in which they wished to live. They viewed it as un-Godly and moving from a bad to worse state. The Pilgrim Fathers believed that a new start in the New World was their only chance' - America provided opportunity for a new start, New-world, seeking religious freedom...

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Mayflower Steps - Plymouth Barbican, from where the Pilgrim Fathers left for the New World

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Wampanoag Indians. The Wampanoags occupied the area where the Pilgrim Fathers built a colony in Plimouth, Massachusetts. See my novel ONE SMALL CANDLE available on Amazon.

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Barbican, Plymouth, Devon, England #Plymouth

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The Mayfair Steps in Plymouth, England, where, on this day 6th September, 1620 The Pilgrim Fathers, set sail from Plymouth in the Mayflower bound for America-The New World. The Pilgrim's story of seeking religious freedom has become a central theme of the history and culture of the United States

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fathers day rocket card. I love you to the moon and back. My Dad is out of this world.

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