Life prior to the English settlements - The Natives side
The place we know of, called Plymouth, MA, was called Patuxet. Which is the name the natives gave to it.
Life prior to English settlements - The English side
The cooperation between the English and Natives
Before the English came to Plymouth, Plymouth was called Patuxet. The natives farmed crops (mostly corn) and lived their everyday lives.
In England, the English had to follow the church of England's religion. They had to sign the Mayflower Compact which is a set of rules the men had to follow to go on the Mayflower to North America. The English pilgrims didn't have a lot of money but nor did they want any.