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    • By Mary Pope Osborne
      and
      Natalie Pope Boyce
      Presented by
      Olivia Yahner
      Transitions added by
      Olivia’s Dad
      Pilgrims
    • In 1620, the Mayflower sailed from Plymouth, England to “the New World.”
      Chapter 1 - Pilgrims Set Sail
      102 people sailed on the mayflower. One person died and one was born. They didn’t have enough water or any bathrooms.
    • They made some rules and called them the Mayflower Compact.
      Chapter 1 - Pilgrims Set Sail
      It was very short and 41 men signed it
    • The Pilgrims landed in Cape Cod.
      Chapter 2 - The New World
    • They used the maps from John Smith and stepped out on Plymouth Rock.
      Chapter 2 - The New World
    • John Smith discovered the villages of Wampanoag.
      Chapter 3 - The Wampanoag
    • Wampanoag families lived in round houses called wetus.
      Chapter 3 - The Wampanoag
    • Many people led the Pilgrims through the hard times.
      Chapter 4 – Hard Times
      William Bradford was the new governor.
    • Chapter 4 – Hard Times
      Captain Myles Standish was a soldier whose wife died. He helped many people because he did not get sick.
    • Chapter 4 – Hard Times
      John Alden married Priscilla Mullins and lived in Plymouth then they moved to Duxbury.
    • The pilgrims decided to celebrate with a festival.
      Chapter 5 - The Big Old Feast
      They invited the Wampanoag.
    • The Wampanoag shared their food and traditions with the Pilgrims.
      Chapter 5 - The Big Old Feast
    • Houses in Plymouth were made of wattle and dawb.
      Chapter 6 - Plymouth Grows
    • Plymouth grew and today it is a beautiful town. I like to visit gift shops and walk by the harbor.
      Chapter 6 - Plymouth Grows
    • When the mayflower returned to England, everyone wanted to stay.
      Chapter 7 - The future