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Ny Pirgrinyn (Coloin Plymouth)

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The Embarkation of the Pilgrims ("Goll er Boayrd ny Pirgrinyn") (1857) liorish y pheinteyr Americaanagh Robert Walter Weir ec y Brooklyn Museum

Ta ny Pirgrinyn, ny ny h-Ayraghyn Pirgrinagh, çheet er ny coloinee Hostynagh haink dys America er y Mayflower as chur Coloin Plymouth er bun ayns Plymouth, Massachusetts (ren John Smith enmyssey yn thalloo shoh New Plymouth ayns 1616, yn ennym cheddin dy cohuittymagh v'ec y phurt faagee Plymouth, Devon). Haink toshiaghys ny Pirgrinyn voish cohionnalyn crauee jeh ny Brownee, ny Puritaanee Scarreydagh hea voish y tranlaase crauee ayns Sostyn dys lowaltys yn Ollan 'sy Çheer Injil 'sy 17oo eash.

Va kuse vooar jeh ny bun-chredjueyn Calveenagh Puritaanagh cheddin oc agh, neu-ghollrish y chooid smoo jeh ny Puritaanee, v'ad gra dy lhisagh nyn gohionnalyn scarrey voish agglish steat Hostyn. Rere shen, haink ad dy ve enmyssit Scarreyderyn. Lurg shiartanse dy vleeantyn beaghey 'syn Ollan, ren ad reaghey coloin noa y vunnaghey 'sy Theihll Noa as ren ad reaghey marish bahideryn argid adsyn y chooney. Vunnee ad Coloin Plymouth ayns 1620, raad chur ad kialteenyn Cohionnalagh er bun.[1] Haink skeeal ny Pirgrinyn dy ve ny h-ard-chooish ayns shennaghys as cultoor ny Steatyn Unnaneysit.[2]

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  1. Johnson, Daniel L. (1990). Theology and Identity - Traditions, Movements, and Polity in the United Church of Christ. Cleveland, Ohio: United Church Press. dgn. 4. ISBN 0-8298-0807-8.
  2. Davis, Kenneth. C. "America's True History of Religious Tolerance". Smithsonian. Feddynit magh er 16 Mean Fouyir 2016.

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