By Macie Peyton
Everybody knows that America started with the 13 colonies, but what do you know about Plymouth? The Pilgrims establishing Plymouth town. How did the Pilgrims name Plymouth? How did the Pilgrims name Plymouth? So those are three things you will soon know about Plymouth.
How the Pilgrims established Plymouth
Plymouth town formed by pilgrims coming to plymouth and building stuff like houses, growing food, and worshiping GOD. The pilgrims built there houses out of crab grass and wood. The pilgrims grew corn, wheat, and other products they could grow easily. On Sundays the pilgrims would go to the meeting house and worship GOD. These are three things that helped form the Plymouth town.
How the Pilgrims discovered Plymouth
As we know plymouth rock was discovered by the pilgrims in 1620. But but how much do you really know about them discovering it? When plymouth was discovered it may or may not of been the pilgrims that discovered it. the pilgrims did not have the intention of going to plymouth they were blown off by storm. The pilgrims arrived at plymouth Massachusetts in 1620. Now you know a little bit of how the pilgrims discovered plymouth.
How the pilgrims named Plymouth
The Pilgrims named Plymouth, Plymouth because thats the name of the port they sailed from. The Pilgrims may not have named Plymouth. The Pilgrims left the port on a boat called the Mayflower, witch is how they got to Plymouth. The mayflower is named after the captine. And that is more information you know about the Pilgrims naming Plymouth.
The pilgrims named Plymouth by remembering about the port they sailed from. The pilgrims formed Plymouth by growing crop. they did all that they could to survive on Plymouth and to make it a colony. The Pilgrims discovered Plymouth in 1620 because they wanted to be free with there religion. That is some more information about plymouth, and how the pilgrims got to it.