Plymouth and Jamestown

PLYMOUTH AND JAMESTOWN From where did they PILGRIMS

The Pilgrims set sail from England on the Mayflower on September 6, 1620. https://youtube/fJ2U9PKOSzo FROM WHERE DID THE PEOPLE FROM JAMESTOWN COME?

The people from Jamestown came from England. They left England on December 20, 1606 in three boatsThe Susan Constant, The Godspeed, and The Discovery. WHEN DID THE PILGRIMS

ARRIVE IN AMERICA? The Pilgrims stepped ashore on December 21, 1620. They landed at Plymouth Harbor. The spot is marked by a rock called The Plymouth Rock.

WHEN DID THE COLONISTS ARRIVE AT JAMESTOWN? The colonists stepped ashore on the banks of the James River on May 13, 1607. WHY DID THEY LAND

AT THAT PARTICULAR LOCATION?? WHY DID THE PILGRIMS LAND AT PLYMOUTH? Cape Cod was the place the Pilgrims planned to land. They

were unable to land there so they landed at Plymouth because it was easy to land and they could protect themselves. Cape Cod Plymout

h WHY DID THE COLONIST LAND AT JAMESTOWN? The site for Jamestown was picked because it had deep-water and they could protect themselves. It was an unhealthy site and caused sickness because of the

surrounding marshes and lack of fresh water. THIS MAP SHOWS JAMESTOWN AND OTHER ROUTES TAKEN BY JOHN SMITH. WHY DID THE COLONISTS

COME TO SETTLE AMERICA? IN WHY DID THE PILGRIMS GO TO PLYMOUTH?

Some of the Pilgrims came to America for religious freedom. Others came to set up a fishing colony. They would send the fish they caught back to England.

WHY DID THE COLONISTS GO TO JAMESTOWN? The colonist came to find goldthe Lost Colony of Roanoke. WHO WERE THE PASSENGERS THAT

TRAVELED TO PLYMOUTH? The 102 passengers who sailed to Plymouth. There were 41 men, 18 women, 32 boys, and 11 girls. A baby was born on the Mayflower three days before land was sited. He was named Oceanus. Only 1 passenger died at sea.

WHO WERE THE PASSENGERS WHO TRAVELED TO JAMESTOWN? There were 104 passengers that went to Jamestown. All of them were men and boys. 45 died on the trip to America.

WHAT KIND OF WORK DID THE SETTLERS OF PLYMOUTH DO? Many of the settlers were farmers. Others were sailors, fisherman, weavers, coopers, and

even printers. WHAT KIND OF WORK DID THE SETTLERS OF JAMESTOWN DO? Many of the settlers were called gentle-adventurers or gentlemen. This meant they werent trained to work nor did they feel they should. This

unwillingness to work led to problems at Jamestown. WHAT KIND OF FOOD DID THE SETTLERS EAT? The settlers ate foods they could grow or meat

from animals they could kill by hunting or fishing. WHAT KIND OF FOOD DID THE SETTLERS EAT AT PLYMOUTH? For breakfast they usually ate mush and meat or cheese. For lunch, the main meal of

the day, they ate stews. For dinner, they ate bread, cheeses, and leftovers from lunch. WHAT KIND OF FOOD DID THE SETTLERS EAT AT JAMESTOWN?

Corn was the most important food. It could be made into mush, hoecakes, and other kinds of corn bread. Corn cakes were a part of most meals they ate. WHO WERE THE INDIANS THAT MET THE FIRST SETTLERS?

WHO WERE THE INDIANS AT PLYMOUTH? The Indians who met the Plymouth settlers were Wampanoag People. Three famous Indians are Massasoit, Samoset, and Squanto.

WHO WERE THE INDIANS AT JAMESTOWN? The Indians who met the settlers at Jamestown were the Powhatan Indians. They were an Eastern Woodlands tribe. Two famous Indians were Pocahontas and Chief Powhatan.

WHO WERE OTHER FAMOUS PEOPLE? WHO WERE OTHER FAMOUS PEOPLE IN PLYMOUTH?

William Bradford Miles Standish WHO WERE OTHER FAMOUS PEOPLE IN JAMESTOWN? John Smith

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