In this chapter, the ship broke from a storm. However, the Pilgrims kept proceeding because they believed that God will protect them.
In chapter 10, the Pilgrims landed on Cape Cod, a stormy, rocky, and cold place. They stole the corns and beans from the Indians because they were starving and had no food. And they promised that they will give it back later.
In chapter 11, a lot of people got sick and some died. So, they gathered together, took care and helped each other with tasks at Plymouth.