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Pilgrims


(PIL-grumz)

People who left England and came to America in 1620. They didn’t call themselves Pilgrims then, but we call them that today.

Pilgrims

Wampanoag


(WAM-pah-nawg)

A Native American tribe from the Northeastern United States. The people in the tribe have lived in the area for thousands of years. They were there when the Pilgrims arrived, and they are still there today.

Wampanoag

mishoons


(mish-OONZ)

Mishoon is the Wampanoag word for boat.

mishoons

shallop


(SHA-luhp)

A small rowboat or sailboat.

  shallop
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