Jamestown And Plymouth Compare And Contrast

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In the early 1600s, Jamestown and Plymouth were the first permanent English and Puritan settlement that were established in the New World. The Virginia Company had sent four boys and 100 men to the New World on 3 ships to spread Christianity to the Natives and seek treasures for England. After 5 months of traveling, these 3 ships entered Chesapeake Bay. The colonists had established Jamestown which was named after their king in England. Another colony named Plymouth, was established a little over a decade later by the Pilgrims. The Pilgrims sailed to the New World on a ship named the Mayflower to mainly escape religious persecution. Eventually, their ship landed in Massachusetts at a place these colonists named Plymouth. These two colonies
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