The pilgrims entertain the natives daily, as they are friendly and caring in return. This creates peace between each other.
As they had great sympathy for the indians, the pilgrims fetched them wood and water, which made fires, and buried them when they had died. The disease destroyed many, but the pilgrims kindness was not forgotten.
For 3 whole days, king Massasoit and 90 men feasted with the pilgrims. Enjoying every bit of food on the table was extremely fortunate.
The natives are loving and faithful, which makes it less challenging to be around them and engage a conversation. Even some of the pilgrims have traveled fifty miles in the country with them.
With all the gifts the indians had received, king Massasoit decided to make rules in the pilgrims benefits.