Plymouth Storyboard

Plymouth Storyboard

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  • Larissa Wiggin Period 4 Plymouth Storyboard
  • Political
  • All of ya'll are going to be Catholic.
  • The pilgrims were called  separatists because they had split from New England  to go to Virginia and they brought their religion with them. When they made it to Plymouth they made it their duty to spread their religion and turn everyone catholic so everyday everyone would, pray, read the bible, and go to church.
  • Geographical
  • This land is so rocky how are we ever going to dock!?!?
  • When the pilgrims made it to what is now called Plymouth they had a hard time docking due to the fact that  the land around the or the shore was very rocky. Once they made it ion land they tried to build a dock but it was really hard, the rocks also made it had for them to farm or grow crops because the land was neither fertile or proper in general I mean hello it had rocks!
  • Social (not an actual map obviously)
  • On my way to Virginia
  • When the pilgrims were on their way to Virginia they landed close to cape cod so they decided to call that place Plymouth and they claimed it as their own. They soon settled their and spread their word of god and Christianity all around.
  • Man fishing sucks!
  • Yeah but we really need those furs and fish to trade for more supplies to last us all winter.
  • Economicl
  • The way they were different was because Jamestown was more like a rolar coaster with more down falls the up risings while Plymouth was pretty even with both. While Plymouth was able to fish and use good water, Jamestown had nasty brackish water that was basically no use but their land was way more fertile than Plymouth.
  • What is the difference between Jamestown and Plymouth?
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