Two English speaking native Americans helped the pilgrims learn how to survive during the early days. Their names were Squanto and Samoset.
You may be referring to Samoset and Squanto.
Samoset and Squanto!
Squanto helped the Plymouth settlers
Yes. William Bradford wrote the Mayflower Compact upon the pilgrims' landing in Massachusetts and became the first governor. He was a well respected leader and was one of the pilgrims to survive the starving time and the first winter at Plymouth.
The Native Americans taught the colonists a lot about the land and how to survive. Afterwards, many of the Native Americans were displaced.
The Mayflower Compact that the Pilgrims signed in 1620 is the first example of many colonial plans for self government. The Pilgrim leaders knew they needed rules to govern themselves if they were going to survive the new colony they were about to form. The Mayflower Compact was based on majority rule and the Pilgrims even allowed those who were not Pilgrims to take part in the process. They agreed to choose their leaders and make their own laws which they would agree to follow.
At the center of this cataclysm was one man, Metacom, leader of the Pokanokets, a tribe within the Wampanoag Indian Federation. At an early age, when relations between the natives and settlers were less stressed, Metacom was given the nickname of King Philip by the English, because of his haughty mannerisms. One of the many ironies of this conflict is that Philip was the son of Massasoit -- the same Massasoit who had helped the Plymouth Pilgrims survive their first winter in the New World. A father's kindness would became a son's curse.
Most of the Americans brought to Jamestown in the beginning died of diseases,food, and not having warm shelter. Most of them were gentlemen who were looking for quick money. They did not how to survive in the wilderness.
The Native Americans
The Native Americans helped the Pilgrims survive by showing them how to plant, hunt, and fish.
The Native Americans took pity on them and showed them how to survive.
cause it is just that go and find it your self
At first the Pilgrims and the Native Americans got along well but as more and more settlers arrived and they demanded more land, the relationship between the Native Americans and the Pilgrims snapped and they went to battle in King Philip's War.
They helped them to grow food and navigate the land.
they helped a lot but im really not to sure but they learned how to grow crops and survive on those cold winters they had
two Native Americans, Squanto and Samoset
Native Americans and the pilgrims from the areas in which it was held.
The Pilgrim's relationship with the Native Americans was fairly good. The Native Americans were honestly scared of the Pilgrims at first because they saw these men approach with these classy clothes and intimidating boats and were petrified. As time went on the Native Americans helped the Pilgrims survive their first winter. You could call them allies at that point.
Samoset, the first native American to make contact with the pilgrims and Tisquantum or Squanto who had been kinapped by earlier English and sold in Spain, learned English and assisted the settlers.
The Native Americans helped the Pilgrims by teaching them how to live off the new and unfamiliar land. They showed them techniques for getting water, how to grow crops, and how to survive the harsh winters in on the East coast. They also helped the Pilgrims with hunting. It's doubtful they knew anything about hunting game for food based on their history.