The Church has dictated all aspects of life, from what they have to do until you wear it. Challenging this rule was a dangerous path that ended in legal action. It was mostly a premonition for the separatists. But the rough seas almost destroyed the Mayflower, and instead they decided to stay and explore Cape Cod instead of risking another trip south. They molded into the present-day Provincetown Harbor. Shortly thereafter, Susannah White gave birth to a son aboard the Mayflower, the first English child born in the colony. It was called Peregrine, derived from Latin for “pilgrims.” The first fort and watchtower of the village was built on the present-day funerary hill (the area contains the tombs of Bradford and other original settlers). Preparations then stopped due to persistent problems within the London Company, and competing Dutch companies turned to the municipality with the possibility of settling in the Hudson River area.  David Baeckelandt suspects that Leiden`s group was approached by Englishman Matthew Slade, Demschwieger of Petrus Placius, a cartographer of the Dutch East India Company. Slade was also a spy for the British ambassador, and the pilgrims` plans were therefore known both in court and among influential investors in the Virginia Company colony at Jamestown.  However, negotiations with the Dutch were interrupted at the behest of the English merchant Thomas Weston, who assured them that he could remedy the London Company`s delays.  The London Company intended to claim the territory explored by Hudson before the Dutch settled completely, and the first Dutch settlers did not arrive on the territory until 1624.
On the 300th anniversary of the May flower landing, Governor Calvin Coolidge, who became president a few years later, said in a speech: 6. Debrief with the question: “What similarities and differences do you see between the circumstances of the signing of your Mayflower PACT II and the circumstances of the signing of the original Mayflower Pact in 1620?” The pilgrims wanted to quell the rebellion before it took hold. Finally, the creation of a New World colony without dissent in the ranks would be quite difficult. The pilgrims knew that they needed as many productive and law-adle souls as possible to succeed in the colony. They resumed exploration on Monday, December 11 and 21, when the party overflowed to the mainland and examined the area that eventually became a colony. The anniversary of this survey is celebrated in Massachusetts as a pre-father`s day and is traditionally associated with the Plymouth Rock Landtradition. This country was particularly suited to winter buildings, as it was already torn off and the high hills offered a good defensive position. Tensions were heightened when the settlers demanded that the peace agreement mean that the Wampanoag surrendered all weapons and hanged three of the tribe for murder in 1675. Before settling on the present-day Plymouth, pilgrims explored other areas of the coast, including an area inhabited by the Nauset. They saw characters on the shore fleeing as they approached. They explored and found other tombs they didn`t want to dig. The name Pilgrims was probably not popular until 1798, although Plymouth celebrated Forefathers`Day several times between 1769 and 1798 and used a variety of terms to honor the founders of Plymouth.
The term pilgrim was not mentioned, except in Robbins` recitation of 1793.  The first documented use of the term, which not only cited Bradford, took place at a Celebration of Forefather` Day in Boston on December 22, 1798. A song composed for the occasion uses the word pilgrim, and the participants drank a toast to “The Pilgrims of Leyden”.   The term was used prolifically at the next pre-festival ceremony in Plymouth in 1800 and was subsequently used in the previous day`s observations.  On December 25, 1620, the Saints and foreigners left the desolate shores of Provincetown and finally arrived on December 26, 1620 in present-day Plymouth Bay, Massachusetts.