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What did pilgrims bring on the Mayflower?
Last Updated: 5th March, 2020
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Also to know is, where did the pilgrims sleep on the Mayflower?
When it was time to sleep, passengers could choose between sleeping on the floor or in ad hoc bunks. These may have been wooden pallets attached to the ship's walls or cloth hammocks. A few may have even slept in the shallop — the small ship used to get from the Mayflower to shore upon landing.
Likewise, what animals did the pilgrims bring to America? The Pilgrims did not bring any large livestock animals with them on the Mayflower. In fact, the only animals known with certainty to have come on the Mayflower were two dogs, an English mastiff and an English spaniel, who are mentioned on a couple of occasions in the Pilgrims' journals.
In this way, what seeds did the pilgrims bring?
Along with Indian corn, the Pilgrims also grew some beans, pumpkins, wheat, barley, oats and peas in their fields.
What tools did the pilgrims use?
His list of tools included broad and narrow hoes; broad axes, pickaxes and felling axes; handsaws and whipsaws; hammers, shovels, and spades; tools for boring, drilling, and chiseling wood; hatchets and grindstones; and of course, every type of nail imaginable.