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"The Mayflower landed on the coast of Cape Cod, in modern-day Massachusetts, on November 11, 1620. Its target had been the area around the Hudson River, north of the then extant Virginia Colony, and hundreds of miles from where it ended up. The explanation passed down by the Pilgrims was that a serious storm had blown the Mayflower off course, and that they had arrived in America too late in the year to correct themselves..."
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