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Plymouth: Social, Political, Eco, Geo Wyatt Hollingsworth P8
The people living in Plymouth were made of Puritans who were not tolerated in England as they didn't abide by the Church of England. The Puritans came to North America to get religious freedom. The Puritans would live by the New England Way which consisted of working, praying and reading the Bible.
While on board the ship, the men decided to write a plan of government for their colony. This became known as the Mayflower Compact. The men agreed that they would ask each other about laws for the colony and they all agreed to work together to make the colony successful. The men would also have town meetings if needed to discuss on things happening in the colony or things that need to be added.
Jamestown and Plymouth are similar since they both experienced a harsh winter and they were both colonies of England. They both also wrote up their own forms of government. Jamestown and Plymouth are different since people went to Jamestown for economic gain while be who went to Plymouth wanted religious freedom. Plymouth had to use nature for its economy while Jamestown only used cash crops for its economy. Lastly, the first people in Jamestown were only men while the first people in Plymouth were families.
How is Jamestown in Plymouth similar and different?
The economy of Plymouth was made mostly of the nature around it. The pilgrims made money by fishing, whaling and timber. The reason they couldn't do cash crops is because of the rocky soil in the region that Plymouth is in.
Plymouth was founded in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The ship landed near Pilgrim Rock which marks the area where the pilgrims disembarked. They landed in November which led to a hard winter since they had no time to plant food, and the soil was rocky so it was hard to plant vegetables.
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