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The people back then spoke very differently. In third grade when we went to Plymouth Plantation, I had noticed that instead of pronouncing "speak" that had the "ea" sound, they said "speak" but pronounced it like "spek". I find it interesting though to read the old speak and decipher the diaries and recipes like the stewed pumpkin.
I remember talking about Collecot in French class!
john glover had alot of land
is there any more real indians that lives in milton ?
I don't think that John Glover needed 30 acres of land even if he did have a lot of cows. Also, is wampum a type of money? I don't think that anyone should have a slave, but especially ministers, for example Peter Thacher, Milton's minister.
In the section i just read it said that Peter Thacher was well know ,and i didn't know much about him so i looked him up and it turns out that he participated in the drafting of the Massachusetts Constitution.
the boat ride must have been rough because of all the sicknessess and also when somebody on your ship gets sick mostlikly every body will get sick
Is Peter Thatcher's diary held in a museum ?
pumpkin's were named pumpions how cool and jack are you related to john Eliot?????
John Glover secuered 3 acers wow!
i didn't know they used to call pumpkins pumpions
Wow it must have took a while for the settlers to get to milton.And also they ran into a bunch of problems.This stuff is amazing .
Wow six feet long I wonder when they used them
Wow This John Eliot must of been a huge help for the Native Tribes but still the native tribes only 40 acres to live on did John Eliot help then more in anyway?
Why were wampum so valuable to the neponset people?
120 is the answer because 6*20=120
i never knew that they called pumpkins pumpions