The year 1920 witnesses the commemoration of the tercentenary of the Pilgrim Fathers' departure from the Old World for the shores of the New. In the summer of 1620 a little band of men and women after much careful thought and prayer left their homes and country for a new place where, as pioneers of a freer and less material thought, they could worship God according to the demands which enlightenment made upon him.
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