How many passengers was the Mayflower carrying when it left England in September 1620 to look for the New World?

  • 110
  • 90
  • 82
  • 102 correct

    In September 1620, 102 people boarded the Mayflower, left England and crossed the Atlantic Ocean looking for a new home. They eventually reached an area close to the tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. A month later, the group crossed Massachusetts Bay and established a village later known as Plymouth. Source:

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