The New World

John Coriolis Smith sketched plans for a ship. He looked it over, deciding that it was fitting for such a groundbreaking voyage. He and his helpers looked over the plans, and set to work. They worked for days and weeks and months until the ship was ready.

On the day of departure, passengers piled on, and supplies were brought aboard.

The ship then blasted off, ready for the new frontier.

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