A photo-essay, told in the first person in the vernacular of the 1620s by a seven-year-old pilgrim. The book follows Samuel as he gets dressed, shares a meal with his family, goes out to help with the harvest, and plays with his little sister. Color photographs taken at Plymouth Plantation, an outdoor living history museum, add authenticity and detail. Waters and Kendall have vividly described the hardships endured as well as the pride felt by this early American community. Includes Glossary.