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Social Studies

Chapter 5 - Lesson 3

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Mayflower Compact An agreement the pilgrims made before landing in New England to make and obey, "just and equal laws."
Sachem A Native American chief in the Eastern Woodlands and Great Lakes regions.
Massasoit The main Wampanoag sachem who made a peace agreement with the pilgrims at Plymouth.
Squanto Native American who helped the pilgrims at Plymouth to survive.
Samoset Wampanoag sachem who was among those who first the pilgrims at Plymouth in 1620.
William Bradford Governor of Plymouth colony beginning in 1621.
Miles Standish English army captain at Plymouth who helped defend the pilgrims colony.
What happened in 1620? The Plymouth colony was founded. The leader became William Bradford.
Why did the pilgrims go to Holland? Why did they leave Holland?
Why did the pilgrims want to start a colony in North America? The pilgrims wanted to start a colony in North America because the parents were afraid the children will forget their culture.
How many years passed between the founding of Roanoke and Plymouth? 13 Years
How many years passed between the founding of Jamestown to the Pilgrim celebration of Thanksgiving? 14 Years
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