Many of the Puritans were sick on the ship as they pray to God for a better life on the new lands. Their foods and supplies started to lack as their ship began to break apart. When they arrived at Cape Cod, they credited the Gods for letting them surviv the voyage.
After the Puritans stepped foot on Cape Cod, they decided to follow the trail that led to the Indians' homes. As a result, the Puritans took the corns from the Indians, thinking that God has gifted theim with food.
The Puritans and Indians met together and came to an agreement with a treaty to set down their weapons and support each other. The story ends off with both of the groups having a feast.