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Explore Plymouth, England Learn About The Mayflower Arriving in Plymouth, Massachusetts The First Winter In Plymouth, MA Meet The Wampanoag Tribe Discover The Pilgrims The First Thanksgiving Question Time Main Menu At all times during the presentation, click here for the.. Main Menu Back Forward *Click on picture to the right of the module to read more.
Plymouth, England Main Menu Plymouth, England is located in the South West coast of England. In September of 1620, 102 passengers boarded a ship in Plymouth, England. The passengers were in search of the “New World”.
The boat that sailed from England to America. The journey took 66 days. It was 110 feet long and 25 feet wide. The Mayflower Main Menu
The first place that the passengers landed The Mayflower. They landed on a rock, now called Plymouth Rock. North West of Cape Cod, MA Was the location of the first Thanksgiving Plymouth, MA Main Menu
The passengers became Pilgrims when they left England in search of the “New World”. Pilgrim is Latin for peregrinus. They were led by Robert Browne. Pilgrims Main Menu
The first winter the pilgrims were in Plymouth was terrible. It snowed and was very cold all winter long – even colder then usual. The pilgrims were unable to crop a harvest and went without necessary food supply. Nearly half the pilgrims died that winter. The First Winter Main Menu
A Native American Tribe located in Plymouth, MA. There was over 3,000 of them in Plymouth, before the pilgrims arrived. They were known for their agriculture skills. They taught the pilgrims how to farm the fertile soil. Wampanoag Tribe Main Menu
Even though the Pilgrims landed in 1620 the first Thanksgiving took place in 1621. The feast lasted 5 days. They ate seafood, lobster, corn on the cob, pudding, cranberries. It was thought that potatoes were poisonous so they didn’t eat them. The First Thanksgiving Main Menu
Practice your new found knowledge on the following multiple choice question.. Answer by selecting either A, B, or C! Although you will not be graded, do your best to answer the question to the best of your ability, if you get the question wrong try again. Question Time Main Menu START
W HY WAS THE FIRST T HANKSGIVING FEAST NOT IN 1620, WHEN THE PASSENGERS FIRST ARRIVED IN P LYMOUTH, MA? A.They did not know the Wampanoag Tribe yetThey did not know the Wampanoag Tribe yet B.They did not know how to farm the soilThey did not know how to farm the soil C.It wasIt was D.There was a giant snow storm, and it was too coldThere was a giant snow storm, and it was too cold Main Menu
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