Most colonists had faced difficult lives in Britain, Ireland, Scotland, or Germany. They came to the Americas to escape poverty, warfare, political turmoil, famine and disease. They believed colonial life offered new opportunities.
Plymouth Colony, America's first permanent Puritan settlement, was established by English Separatist Puritans in December 1620. The Pilgrims left England to seek religious freedom, or simply to find a better life.
freedom of religion most likely because most migrates/settlers moved to america’s to escape religious persecution and purify their religion
The main reason behind Plymouth settlement is to achieve freedom of religion.
Some of the members of Separatist Church from England in 1620, September, during the era of King James I sailed towards Mayflower and ultimately landed in the Cape-Cod or Massachusetts. They finally decided to settle in the Plymouth Rock, the first permanent European settlement in New England, The Plymouth Colony.
The Separatist believed that the European Churches have somehow failed to perform the important works of Protestant Reformation, thus they left the Church and settled in Plymouth to regain freedom of religion and securing a better Utopian society there.
all people shall have equal rights upon birth and ever after. (when referring to the rights of man the declaration of the rights of man only applied to landowning men who were 25 years or older and paid taxes equal to 3 days worth of work and were not servants.
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