How did the Native Americans help the Pilgrims survive?
Pilgrims' Voyage and Settlement in the New World:
Approximately 100 Pilgrims traveled to the New World aboard the Mayflower, setting sail from England in September of 1620. They landed off the shore of Cape Cod, which is in present-day Massachusetts, in November. Many people in the party were seeking religious freedom. By December, the entire group had gone ashore and began what would become the first permanent European settlement in New England--Plymouth.
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Native Americans helped Pilgrims by teaching the Pilgrims how to plant corn, where to fish and where to hunt beaver. Native Americans also served as...
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