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    Challenges of the Pilgrims

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    What would you do if you were going on a journey to a new world during winter, and you didn’t know how to get food or shelter? In 1921 a group of 132 people set off on a voyage on the Mayflower to find a better life and religious freedom. Before they could start their better life they had to find food and make shelter. The pilgrims stayed on their boat for most of the winter to get away from the snow, sleet, and high winds. When the pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians became friends and made a

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    Internet Life

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    though if we are losing part of culture through losing daily errands. Can you imagine one hundred years from now that you might be able to go to a tourist attraction that showed our everyday life, such as you can do now at Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts? At Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts, you can visit a built replica of the Pilgrims’ community and interact with Pilgrims ( or employees acting like Pilgrims) to see how life was during that time. Suppose if there was a replica of our society, would they have

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    also unruly due to the lack of government; therefore some of the colonist thought they could do what they preferred. But by signing of the Mayflower Compact, did put the end to all the unrest while aboard the Mayflower. After John Smith landed at Plymouth, they felt they had landed at a place that was not controlled by London (the king). The mayflower carried a hundred and two passengers. They had travelled about 3,000 miles only to land north of their destination. They had hoped to begin a colony

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    process following the spirit of assigning Yoko Ono song co-authorship status when she made those LSD-induced cat screeches in the background of all of John Lennon's songs), provide plenty of explicit and subtle humor in their myth-busting expose on the Plymouth settlers, The Times of Their Lives. Accomplished through a call-and-response formula that embeds the myths, the more accurate revisions, the explanation of the evidence to support the revisions, and then a discussion of the origins of the myths

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    bad fortune. They were originally supposed to be two ships heading for the New World, the Mayflower and Speedwell, but because the Speedwell was leaking, the settlers decided not to use it. A map depecting the early colonies shows the original Plymouth colony in Massachusettes, it's presumed that they encountered a storm which had brought them to Massachusettes ...

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    Introduction Designation of the United States of America as a Christina nation, founded upon Christina beliefs and principles, has remained in dispute throughout history. Regardless of interminable debate by proponents of either side, the impact of Christianity on American culture, government, and national prosperity, is unmistakable. This paper aims to explore the foundations of early American history (prior to 1877), and reveal the inherent importance of Christianity, while displaying the fundamental

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    pleased with the way they were treated. Even those who had lived in the country had not been farmers. So when they arrived in America as the Plymouth Colony group and suddenly had to become farmers, it was extremely difficult for them. The Puritans had many contributions such as predestine to go to heaven because they lived at a small place in Massachusetts. The teachings of Calvin was followed and believed, like the Separatists, that man are born in sin and they all weary the guilt of Adam and Eve

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    Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford and A Description of New England by John Smith are essentially irrelevant to one another in the way that each piece has a very different point of view. The author John Smith was a pilgrim who arrived in the Americas and wrote a description of the new land. William Bradford was also a pilgrim who arrived at Plymouth and wrote more about the realities of his personal journey. The purpose of this essay is to contrast the purposes of the writers, their intended

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    History of Thanksgiving

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    mother country, and inured the difficulties of a strange and hard land, which yet in a great part we have by patience overcome . . .’” (qtd. in Philbrick 6). After the Pilgrims arrived they picked land by rivers with good planting area and called it Plymouth. A harsh winter came quickly upon the Pilgrims where they faced many hardships before spring relieved them. Now was their time to plant and prepare for the oncoming year. They did not know the land well and many people say that the only reason they

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    Here in the United States of America on the forth Thursday in November each year we, as a nation and as individual families, celebrate Thanksgiving. For most Americans we bring out our best dishes and have an enormous meal with turkey, dressing, green bean casserole and pumpkin pie. Families gather together, we eat until we are stuffed, we play games and watch football, but why? Have we lost the true meaning behind the beginning our nation? We have our tradition but somehow we have lost them important

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