The pilgrims landed their ship, the Mayflower, in Cape Cod. Because they were Christian they fell to their knees and blessed God of Heaven and thanked him for leading them through the rough ocean, safely and in good condition.
In the fall, the pilgrims began to explore their newly discovered land and stumbled upon Indian houses. These houses were abandoned and had corn and beans inside; they took the food intending to pay the Indians back.
When the weather grew cold and it became winter, the pilgrims suffered through many hardships. Half of the population died due to disease and starvation, and to top it off the Indians began to attack the Pilgrims for invading their land and stealing their food.
When it turned Spring, an Indian named Samoset came out from the fighting and spoke fluent English to the Pilgrims to communicate. From then on they made a term of agreement, which created peace between the two groups.
In the Fall when the Pilgrims had restored their health and strength, they and the Indians had a huge feast. They shared different cultural foods, strategies, and many memorable stories. The friendship between the Pilgrims and Indians was finally at peace.