The Mayflower was not the first English ship to reach America.
The Pilgrims were Calvinists (Puritans). Not all on board the Mayflower were Puritans.
More than half of the settlers died the first winter in Massachusetts.
The Indians of Massachusetts were barely present, following a plague of European origin.
Samoset was the first indigenous person to greet the pilgrims in March of 1621.
He greeted them in English which he had learned from traders off the Maine coast.
Samoset returned with Squanto (Tisquantum) 6 days later.
Squanto had lived in Spain and England before he met the Pilgrims.
He spoke fluent English, which he had learned in London in the early 1600’s.
He was not living with his birth-tribe (the Pawtuxet) when he met the Puritans.
He was a Christian, having received the Gospel while in Europe.
Squanto said he wanted to go to the heaven of the Puritans when he died.
They ate more venison at the harvest feast than turkey.
They also ate fish.
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Times have changed
And we’ve often rewound the clock
Since the Puritans got a shock
When they landed on Plymouth Rock.
But today; any shock they should try to stem
‘Stead of landing on Plymouth Rock,
Plymouth Rock would land on them…