Plymouth and St. Mary's

Plymouth and St. Mary's

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  • The St. Mary's Settlement
  • People left England because of poverty. They also came because of court issues and so they could grow tobacco. They landed near the Chesapeake Bay.
  • The Plymouth Colony
  • They didn't have any houses to live in once they arrived. They had to cut down trees to build their houses instead.
  • The Indians let the St. Mary's Colony borrow their land. The Indians and the St. May's Colony traded things such as tools, fishing rods, and fur. They had a nice, peaceful relationship.
  • Who would you choose?
  • I hope you enjoyed learning about Plymouth and St. Mary's. Which colony would you rather live in?
  • Once Plymouth arrived, they built their houses with the Wampanoag. They taught each other their language and they traded goods with each other.
  • Since they were living in a very small village, they grew crops together and the Pilgrims made them tools for war or to fight.
  • I would choose to live in the Plymouth Colony because I could trade stuff I don't want with the Wampanoag people, and trade it for stuff I need. I could also learn different languages and learn how to grow crops on a farm.
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