N.C. Wyeth's Pilgrims



While the pilgrims were digging into the mounds they found baskets filled with corn. They decided to name that place Corn Hill. Corn was shucked and stored away. Fruits were dried and vegetables were picked. Fish were also dried and packed in salt. There were pumpkin pudding and skillet breads of corn meal, as well as wild grapes and crab apples, dried strawberries and gooseberries. But when the first spring came unfortunately Govenor John Carver died yet, for most the warming weather brought general health and sense of releif. So after, there were romances and weddings, birthdays and deaths. The colony was beginning to be caught in the rythm village life.
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