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Shiloh Hills Elementary Library: Jamestown, Plymouth, Roanoke

Miss Marissa Loeb Librarian/Teacher

Jamestown Colony

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Jamestown Colony - click on image to learn more from the History Channel.

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Jamestown Settlement - click on the image to learn more.

Living History

History is Fun:Jamestown Settlement - click on image.

CLICK HERE FOR WORLDBOOK ARTICLE ABOUT JAMESTOWN

Thanksgiving History - World Book Article

Opinion | The Horrible History of Thanksgiving - The New York Times

Pilgrims

image title: Pilgrims walked to church  Click on the picture to read about the Pilgrims from World Book Student!

Mayflower

image title: Mayflower IIClick on the picture to read about the Mayflower. 

Plymouth

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Click on the map to learn more about the Plymouth Colony. (Ducksters - don't click on the ads_

image title: Plymouth Colony of 1620Article from World Book Student - very reliable information!

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Plymouth Colony from the History Channel

InfoBits - You may need to have Power Library Open - Look to open with your google account on Library homepage. 

An old picture shows the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock.

Subject Guide

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Did the Pilgrims really land on Plymouth Rock?

Did the Pilgrims really land on Plymouth Rock? (Native American perspective)

Philip Wynne, Native Mashpee Wampanoag at Plimoth Plantation, discusses whether the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock from a Native American perspective.

 

Did the Pilgrims get along with Native Americans?

Did the Pilgrims get along with Native Americans? (Native American perspective)

Philip Wynne, Native Mashpee Wampanoag at Plimoth Plantation, explains the relationship between the Pilgrims and Native Americans from a Native American perspective.