They had a dream and hope!

Four hundred years ago, 102 passengers and crew crowded onto the 100-foot Mayflower and left England in September of 1620. They faced many unknown dangers and difficulties, but 66 days later they landed only to encounter cold and rain. Sickness, short food supplies and cold left only 53 alive after the first year. They wanted a new life with freedoms, but especially the freedom of worship. They…

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