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CICERO © 2010 1 The First Thanksgiving
CICERO © 2010 2 In 1620 the Pilgrims left England on a ship, the Mayflower. They were sailing to the New World.
CICERO © 2010 3 Do you know how it feels to move away and leave friends behind? Imagine Yourself At The First Thanksgiving…
CICERO © 2010 4 The Pilgrims sailed to the New World on the Mayflower. It was a long, cold, two-month voyage.
CICERO © 2010 5 How do you think the Pilgrims felt after their long journey? Imagine Yourself at the First Thanksgiving …
CICERO © 2010 6 Families on the Mayflower lived together in small spaces. They had to eat all of their foods uncooked and cold because the sailors did not want a fire to start on the ship.
CICERO © 2010 7 Christopher Jones was their captain. The Pilgrims first spotted land at Cape Cod, but they landed at Plymouth.
CICERO © 2010 8 Plymouth was a better place to land because it had a better harbor. Also, there were plenty of fish to hunt and eat.
CICERO © 2010 9 Use Your Senses Imagine Yourself at the First Thanksgiving … SensesFishWater SMELL?? TASTE?? FEEL?? LOOK?? SOUND??
CICERO © 2010 10 The Pilgrims did not leave the Mayflower right away. It was too cold outside. They had landed at Plymouth in the middle of the winter. The conditions were so bad they could not build houses.
CICERO © 2010 11 In the spring the Pilgrims were able to leave the Mayflower and build houses.
CICERO © 2010 12 The Pilgrims were afraid of the American Indians, but the American Indians were peaceful and helped the Pilgrims plant crops.
CICERO © 2010 13 Samoset walked into the Pilgrims’ settlement one day, and the settlers were afraid.
CICERO © 2010 14 Samoset came in peace. He welcomed the settlers to the New World. The Pilgrims were shocked Samoset knew and understood English. Samoset had learned English while fishing with English sailors.
CICERO © 2010 15 On Samoset’s next visit to the Plymouth settlement, he brought his friend, Squanto, with him. Squanto spoke better English and had traveled several times to Spain and England.
CICERO © 2010 16 The Pilgrims did not know what it would be like in the New World. They would not have survived if American Indians had not taught them to farm and build homes.
CICERO © 2010 17 Squanto showed the Pilgrims how to tap maple trees for sap.
CICERO © 2010 18 Imagine Yourself at the First Thanksgiving… What do maple trees look like? Feel like? What does the sap from a maple tree taste like?
CICERO © 2010 19 Squanto pointed out the poisonous plants and the plants that made medicine. He even taught the Pilgrims to plant crops like corn.
CICERO © 2010 20 By October of that year, the Pilgrims had enough food for the winter.
CICERO © 2010 21 The Pilgrims stored the corn, fruits, and vegetables they had grown. They salted their fish and meats to preserve them through the winter.
CICERO © 2010 22 The Pilgrims were proud of themselves. They had built homes to live in, grown crops, and made peace with the American Indians.
CICERO © 2010 23 Imagine Yourself at the First Thanksgiving … How do you feel when you do a good job?
CICERO © 2010 24 The governor of the Plymouth settlement was William Bradford. The first Thanksgiving was his idea. The American Indians were invited to the three-day celebration.
CICERO © 2010 25 The first Thanksgiving was a celebration of thanks for the crops the Pilgrims had harvested.
CICERO © 2010 26 The first Thanksgiving was believed to have been held in mid-October.
CICERO © 2010 27 Use Your Senses Imagine Yourself at the First Thanksgiving … SensesOctober SMELL? TASTE? FEEL? LOOK? SOUND?
CICERO © 2010 28
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