When were the Pilgrims first called Pilgrims?

Answer The first Puritan settlers of Plymouth, Massachusetts, were first called Pilgrims by Daniel Webster in an 1820 patriotic speech. This speech idealizes the Puritans' travel to the new world, equatin... Read More »

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How were the pilgrims ovens made?

This is a 30 amp 125 volt device. The black wire goes on the smallest pin, should be a brass coloured screw, the white on the next in size, should be a silver coloured screw and the ground wire on ... Read More »

What was the first tribe of Indians who joined the Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving?

The Wampanoag Indians were the first tribe members who joined the Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving in 1621. Many of the foods that currently are eaten for Thanksgiving were not available at the P... Read More »

What did the Pilgrims bring to the first Thanksgiving?

The Pilgrims ate boiled pumpkin and a type of fried bread made from corn. They also consumed fish, berries, watercress, lobster, dried fruit, clams, venison and plums. The celebration in autumn 162... Read More »

How many pilgrims attended the first thanksgiving?

Of the 110 pilgrims who sailed for the new world, only 53 were still alive at the time of the first Thanksgiving in 1621--four of them women. Approximately 90 Wampanoag American-Indian men comprise... Read More »