Separatists
Facts and Figures
Conditions on the Mayflower
Native Americans
Wild Card
100

What do you call a person who wanted to be separate from the Church of England?

a Separatist

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What was the date they set sail for America?

September 6, 1620

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How long were they on the Mayflower?

65 days

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This Native American taught the Pilgrims how to survive in America?

Squanto
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How did the Pilgrims pay for their trip?

they sent animal furs and skins back to England 

200

The Separatists originally came from

England

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When did they arrive at Plymoth?

November 11, 1620

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What did they eat on the Mayflower?

stale crackers/bread

200

The Native Americans taught the Pilgrims how to plant and use corn. What did they call corn?

Maize

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What did Squanto tell them about planting corn?

He told them to wait for the leaves to be the size of a mouse's ear and to put a fish in the soil.

300

What are some reasons the Separatists wanted to leave England?

Freedom to work, adventure, to own land, and Freedom of Religion

300

How many sailors were on the Mayflower?

20 MEAN sailors

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What did they drink on the Mayflower?

Stale water

300

What are some ways they used corn?

Hominy, cornmeal, cornbread and roasted corn

300

You'll want to stay in this grade FOREVER...

SECOND!!!!!!!!

400

They first tried to find freedom in what country?

Holland
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Who was the captain on the Mayflower?

Master Jones

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How many of them died their first year off the Mayflower?

Over half

400

Most people think Native Americans lived in ____ but that is NOT true.

Tepees

400

This was the ruler in England

King James

500

What two groups of people made up the Pilgrims?

Separatists and strangers

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How many total passengers were on the Mayflower? 

123 (102 passengers, 20 sailors and Master Jones)

500

Which Native Americans were there to help them?

the Native Americans of the northeast

500

Name three things the Native Americans taught the Pilgrims

Hunt, fish, and plant crops

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What are some different types of Native American homes?

wigwams, chickees, pueblos and wood/plank

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