Plymouth Social, economic, Geography, and political. What is different between Jamestown And Plymouth?
The geography of Plymouth is not at all similar to the geography of Jamestown, Jamestown has fertile soil, Plymouth is built on rock.
The native Americans helped the Plymouth residents through the harsh winter, and ate Thanksgiving with them.
The indians showed the settlers how to plant corn so that they could make it through the winter. they also went fishing to get food and money.
King charles I was the king at that time but the pilgrims set up a representative government called the Mayflower compact.
lwhat I think is one of the things that makes a big difference between the Jamestown settlement and the Plymouth settlement is that Jamestown had fertile soil and Plymouth had Rocky soil. Also plymouth had Strict religion, so that changes things drastically.
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