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History of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford
Chapter 10: "How They Sought a Place of Habitation"
This account tells what the Puritans did after they landed in Massachusetts in 1620.

Bradford, William. "Chapter 10: How They Sought a Place of Habitation." History of Plymouth Plantation. 1650. Internet History Sourcebooks. Fordham University, July 1998. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.

Which of the following best captures how the Puritans faced life in the New World?


The Puritans had encountered a fierce voyage, so when they reach the New World, they often expect danger from Indians.


The Puritans face life by taking everything they could for themselves such as the corn of the Indians and the fresh water they found.


The Puritans have great fear of the New World which they show by their determination to search for the Indians.


The Puritans face each challenge of the New World with determination and optimism due to a deep religious faith.

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