Why did the Pilgrims go to Plymouth?

A. A storm blew their ship off course.

B. They didn't want to be indentured servants.

C. Plymouth did not have a colony yet.

D. They liked winter weather.

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  1. Jamyia
    The answer is c Plymouth didn’t have a colony yet.
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