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Title: The Voyage Of The Mayflower

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If this was unsuccessful, they were put to death in very painful ways such as being hung, burned, or death by intense weight. Those who separated and were later called "Pilgrims," felt that the Anglican Church they were attending needed to be altered slightly or changed completely. They felt that members should be allowed to in a way that was fairly simple and without the rituals and symbols...

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They felt that members should be allowed to in a way that was fairly simple and without the rituals and symbols. They felt that the church in the New Testament was the perfect example of the church they would need for their peaceful worships. (Duane A. Cline) On 1608, the Pilgrims began their Voyage to America and to their new home...

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