Settlers came to Plymouth for religious freedom. In Europe, they were forced to believe in one certain religion, so they came to Plymouth for freedom of religion
Plymouth had town meetings frequently. They had them to help keep the settlement under control
Plymouth was along the shore, so this settlement was good for fishing. However, the soil is extremely rocky, so farming is difficult in this area
The majority of our money is made from fishing and small farms, the position of Plymouth allows them to catch and sell fish.
Plymouth was different from Jamestown because Plymouth used fishing and whaling as economic sources because they had rocky soil, but Jamestown grew and sold tobacco. Also, Jamestown only had men there, but Plymouth had men and their families.