Where Did the Pilgrims Live?

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The pilgrims lived in very simple conditions in rooms built from tree logs. These one room cabins had neither electricity nor running water, they were just houses with a place to eat, sleep and cook. There were no schools but all the children learned to read at home or from someone who could teach them.
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