The Plymouth Colony

BY JON VAUGHN

THE MAYFLOWER

IN september of 1620 the virginia company agreed to pay for the pilgrims' trip to north america during the voyage to virginia, storms blew the mayflower off course. The ship landed at cape code, in what is know massachusetts. The area had fresh water and good land for growing crops.

CAPE CODE

cape code is were the pilgrims settle and were the indians did to and they had lots of battles.so they went to go git supplies they left other behind with sickness

THE FIRST YEAR

the first year was bad nearly 100 people died because of disease not enough supplies and they had to set up camp

SUPPLIES

supplies was hard to get so they traded with the indians for supplies like fish,fur,bearer,and all other

Misconceptions About the Pilgrims


Many American children learn about Pilgrims and Indians feasting together for the first Thanksgiving, but you may not know why a harvest was such a big deal to them. You might have heard the name of their ship, the Mayflower, but do you know where it landed? (Hint: it wasn't Plymouth Rock!) Let's talk about the people called the Pilgrims, their settlement, and the neighbors who saved their lives.