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John Alden was a seaman aboard the Mayflower. He quickly became an important member of the colony, though, and was active in its government for many years. Alden was one of the last surviving Mayflower passengers. He died in 1687 at around age 88. Myles Standish leads a group of Pilgrims through the wilderness. This 1873 illustration is actually depicting a scene from a famous poem about Standish, published by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in 1858. 32 On November 21, the ship found a good spot to land on Cape Cod, in what is now Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Alden, John (1599–1687) - Alden was a cooper sent with the Pilgrims by the London merchants who helped finance the Mayflower’s voyage. One popular legend holds that Alden was the first Pilgrim to set foot on Plymouth Rock, a boulder on the beach by Plymouth Colony. He became a strong leader in the colony. Metacom (1638–1676) - Metacom was Massasoit’s son, who took over as chief of the Wampanoag tribe in 1662. Known as King Philip by the English, Metacom feared that colonists were taking over too much land.
This meant that when issues came before the group for a vote, the side with the most votes would win. The 23 female passengers were not allowed to vote. But 41 male passengers voted by signing the Mayflower Compact. This happened on November 21, 1620 while the ship was anchored off Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Pilgrim men signed the Mayflower Compact aboard the Mayflower on November 21, 1620. 28 There was no real privacy on the tween deck. The Pilgrims went up to the main deck only once in a while.