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History of Plymouth Plantation
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.

The passage discusses all of the following in connection with the Puritan encounters with the Indians EXCEPT:


Puritans found the remains of corn the Indians had planted.


Five or six American Indians saw the Puritans and ran away.


Puritans found an Indian home that was near a river with plenty of fresh water.


The Puritans found themselves caught in thickets as they searched for fresh water.

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