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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