Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Annie, Nov 26, 2009.
It took awhile:
Hoover Institution - Hoover Digest - How Private Property Saved the Pilgrims
If it wasn't for the Indian named Squanto.
The pilgrams would never have survived long enough to divide any land.
Squanto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Were frogs with stuffing on the pilgrim's menu for the first Thanksgiving??
frog legs are nice...
They did have town squares which were community property.
I have always loved New England towns with prominent town squares.
It's the way it should be.
I thought the Pilgrims were no more...nothing saved them, they abandoned their town eventually and stopped being Pilgrims.
Was that the first seperation of state?
Separate names with a comma.