Published on November 19, 2014
harvest. Some of the Native Americans like Squanto, Massasoit, Samoset and 90 other Wampanoag men helped teach the pil- grims how to plant crops by planting fish and other protein. The pilgrims cele- brated by playing PLIMOTH MASS – In October 1621, the pil- grims and the Wam- panoags had a three day celebration to give thanks to their first games singing and plenty of food includ- ing seafood, protein, grain, drinks, fruits, vegetables, and other foods. First Thanksgiving 1621 By Kendall D., Hannah M., and Maeve W. died every day .The May- flower returned to England on April 5 th 1621 all the pil- grims stayed. PLIMOTH, MA - On Novem- ber 9 th , 1620 the English colonists arrived on the shores of Plimoth, Ma. They started building houses right away but since there was nothing except for land the pilgrims had to stay on the ship. Even then illness delayed them from work- ing. Forty-seven pilgrims died in the first year. Some sicknesses were scurvy and Pneumonia and lack of food. Two or three pilgrims Trouble in Plimoth By Domenic D. and Nathan L.