Why weren't they able to do this elsewhere? Somewhere with streets and houses?
Commitment to Sabbath
grow own food
Can you link to some content materials on the web here to provide a more in-depth explantion of the culture and beliefs of the Wampanoag Indians?
teach them how to grow food
warn of potential harm
This assumes a non-Native identity in the reader, it would seem. Are there more general ways to describe subjectivity/objectivity and colonial issues that might be at play today in the world?
believed church of England must be purged of its excesses and abuses.
Are here Puritans today? What happened to them?
viewed colonization of America as an investment and a way to plant their religion. Thomas Weston was their representative.
government agreement established by Pilgrims before reaching shore that said majority would rule.
Where does this fit with colonialism of other lands/people? How was this a similar/different story from the ways in which other places were colonized? What are the key characteristics of colonialism?
This book is alot like LOST because...., you don't know who to believe, fresh start...nothing is established, need to determine where the power lies
story was all positive
ate duck and deer
different time of year
there was food involved
execution of 3 Indians