Jacoby, Jeff. “How the compact Mayflower sowed the seeds of American democracy.” Boston Globe, 22.11.2017, TO GOD, AMEN. We, whose names are signed, the faithful subjects of our sovereign Lord James, by the grace of God, Great Britain, France and Ireland, king, defender of the faith, C. After undertaking the glory of God and the promotion of the Christian faith and the honor of our king and our country, a journey to plant the first colony in the northern parts of Virginia; Made by these gifts, solemn and reciprocal, in the presence of God and each other, covenant and unite us to a political civil body, for our best order and conservation, and the promotion of the extremities said above: And by virtue, act, constitution and frame, these just and equal laws, ordinances, deeds, constitutions, constitutions and ministries , from time to time, as most meet and are comfortable for the general of the colony; to whom we all promise the submission and obedience it deserves. At WITNESS, what do we have our names in Cape Cod on 11 November, in the reign of our sovereign Lord James, England, France and Ireland, the eighteenth, and Scotland on the fifty-fourth, Anno Domini; 1620. After the founding of the colony at Plymouth and the Wampanoag Confederacy Indians began friendly relations, the pact served as a model for the peace treaty between the settlers and the leader of Wampanoag Ousamequin (better known by his title Massasoit, .c. 1661 A.D.), which maintained a close and mutually beneficial relationship between the newcomers and the Indians until The death of Massasoit and the influx of other colonizers from Massachusetts Bay Colony that required a close and mutually beneficial relationship between newcomers and Indians until the massasoit death and the influx of other Massachusetts Bay Colony settlers, increasingly native lands. 5. Take a final vote. Decide whether the pact`s approval should be approved unanimously, with a two-thirds majority or a simple majority. After the vote on the Mayflower II pact, everyone who agrees should sign it. The Covenant clearly defined the mission`s purpose as “to the glory of God and to the promotion of the Christian faith and to the glory of our king and our country, a journey to the plantation of the first colony in the northern parts of Virginia” (Pilgrim Hall Museum 2001). Like the Mayflower Compact, philanthropic and association organizations are responsible for delivering mission messages and goals. Carver probably designed the pact, which was read and then signed by 41 male passengers.
Those who decided not to sign were servants who, although over 21 years old, had to obey their masters anyway. The compact version is as follows: the original document does not survive. He first appeared in Mourt`s Relationship, a pamphlet on the first year of colonization in Plimoth. In 1669, the city historian Nathaniel Morton printed the agreement in his book New England Memorial. Interestingly, he added a possible list of the men who signed it, even though the men`s names were not included in previous copies of the Mayflower Compact.