After a long beating at sea the pilgrims arrived at Cape Cod. Some pilgrims went out to look for land to build homes while others went back on the ship for a better discovery. They found two Indian homes but they didn't see any Indians.
Three months later it became winter and the pilgrims couldn't grow food; this is known as the starving time. The pilgrims were cold and hungry while many of them got scurvy or other dieses. Half of their company dided.
Around the 16th of March a certain Indian had approached them, speaking in broken English. His name was Squanto. He taught the Pilgrims how to use the land that they were unfamiliar with.
The Indians had made a peace treaty and had the Pilgrims sign it too. It promised not to hurt each other, to protect one another, to not take from one and not give something in return, and other rules for a positive, peaceful relationship.
Everyone was now recovered in heath and with the small harvest they had, they filled their house for winter. Everybody had everything they needed and there was no room to want. There was and abundance of food for everyone and thanks to the Indians the pilgrims always had enough food.