Squanto

Squanto
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  • Kidnapped
  • No!!! No!!! (Using the Patuxet language.)
  • Come with me!!!
  • Was taken back to the colonies and served as interpreter. 
  • ...
  • Can you translate for me Squanto?
  • ...
  • Kidnapped again.
  • NO!!! Not again please don't take me with you again!!!
  • Come with me!!!
  • In 1605, Squanto was kidnapped from Massachusetts by the Englishman George Weymouth and taken to England.
  • Came back to homeland.
  • In around 1615, he was taken back from England to the colonies (as shown in the map.) In the colonies he served as interpreter, or translator.
  • Helped the colonists.
  • And this is how you catch fish.
  • Oh. Okay Squanto, thank you so much.
  • Thomas Hunt kidnapped Squanto and other Native Americans and they were taken to Spain. There, they were going be sell as slaves. Luckily, Squanto was able to escape and he was not sell as slave.  
  • Squanto died. 
  • Squanto went back to his homeland to find his people. When he came back, he noticed that many Native Americans died from the smallpox that the Europeans brought. 
  • You guys can't die!!! You guys have to survive and overcome this disease. 
  • Squanto teach the colonists how to plant crops and how to catch fish. Also, he was the ambassador on trading expedition of the colonists. He was really helpful to the colonists. If he would of never help the colonists, they might of die because they didn't know how to survive in the new land.
  • On an expedition to Cape Cod, Squanto got a fever and died.
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