On September 6th, 1620, the Pilgrims were aboard a ship at the time a massive storm took place. The boat was falling apart and Everyone was complaining about the miserable journey as they simply wished to make it through the storm alive. As they safely land on Cape Cod after the storm, they thank God for saving their lives.
In chapter 10, the Pilgrims and the natives relationship is doomed from the beginning. When the Pilgrims show up on the natives land, the natives are scared because of the unplanned visitors. Once the natives left, the Pilgrims followed their tracks and found the natives home grounds and stole corn and beans from them.
In chapter 11, tragedy struck the Pilgrims when half of their company died from sickness and disease. During the harsh winter season disease couldn't seem to be avoided. Even though everyone was sick and weak, everyone seemed to help each other out which showed a new side to the Pilgrims. And finally, the Pilgrims and natives were able to come to peace with one another and celebrated with a feast.