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While examining the short stories of John Smith and William Bradford many aspects described a similar and distinct account of one anothers expedition The time of season the men arrived was not beneficial for the newcomers to unfamiliar land Experiences in Jamestown and Plymouth differ in their introduction to the natives Smith initially confronted with pressure and Bradford with support Smiths and Bradfords intentions in being a part of a successful settlements is unfathomable but dealing with different situations such as leadership and location made it possible for them to establish a foundation in the new worldEven though there is vast distance from both settlements they both faced common adversity The settlers in Jamestown and Plymouth traveled by the unskillful presumption of our ignorant transporters that understood not at all what they undertook 67 The times they arrived made it difficult to prepare for necessary provisions There was not enough food or the proper time needed for planting season upon their arrival Their people became sick and many died of illness and lack of nourishment Each society was able to establish a relationship that offered support with the natives Both Pocahontas and Squanto Indians from different tribes help a peaceful relationship grow with the people from the east The terms agreed help make life easier That neither he nor any of his should injure or do hurt to any of their people 75 this term made coexistence possible As you can see both settlements found a similar beginning in the new world Although it seems their journeys were analogous they were actually quite different
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