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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.

Bradford uses the second paragraph of this passage, lines 15-31, mostly to

A

Illustrate the pleasure the Puritans have in drinking the fresh water of the New World in anticipation of the future pleasures of the New World.

B

Establish the challenges the Puritans face in the New World such as encountering Indians and getting lost as they search for a place to build their homes.

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Describe in detail the five or six Indians that the Puritans encounter in order to create an atmosphere of suspense in the historical account.

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Explain the view of the Indians in their first encounter with the Puritans while the Puritans begin their explorations of the New World.

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