September 6:


September 6:  Pilgrims set sail

The Pilgrims set sail from Plymouth, England aboard the “Mayflower” on September 6, 1620. After a grueling 66-day journey across the Atlantic marked by disease, which claimed two lives, the ship, with 102 passengers and a crew of 25-30, dropped anchor near the tip of Cape Cod on November 11th where the Pilgrims began settling Plymouth Colony, the first English
colony in what would become Massachusetts.


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