Plymouth is practically a dictatorship if you ask me. Their religion is so strict. They could only pray, go to church, and spread the truth everyday, and nothing else. Plymouth
Welcome to church!
How would you compare and contrast Jamestown and Plymouth?
The puritans and separatists would hold town meetings to discuss future plans for Plymouth. The religious leaders would also gather all of the colonists together for a huge feast known as "Thanksgiving."
I've brought us all here to talk about this upcoming Thanksgiving.
For trade, colonists would go fishing to trade fish for other goods. Others however, grew crops on small farms both for food and for trade. Some men even went whaling, which means they hunted whales for the oils, their blubber, and meat for food
As the pilgrims made their way to North America, a storm blew them off course. So instead of landing in Virginia, they landed much further north in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The pilgrims decided to settle in this area and call it Plymouth
Hmm, let us just settle here instead then trying to reroute ourselves back to Virginia.
Plymouth has an extremely strict religion hat allows no one to not be Catholic, they even thought some colonists were witches and burned them to death as part of the Salem Witch Trials. Both Jamestown and Plymouth were created and originated by people from New England, under the rule of King James 1.