What if the early settlers of the original thirteen colonies had been of a different mindset than what caused them to uproot from home and seek a new life in a new land? After having depleted their original provisions, what if they waited anxiously for each new shipment of familiar goods from back home in order to sustain themselves? What would have been their life if their former government was the primary provider of security and societal order after landing at Plymouth Rock? What would have been their fate if they did not have the disposition and discipline to endure the many hardships they faced upon arriving to the new world?
The pages of America’s early history are replete with stories of the weather, harsh and brutal winters, causing the demise of scores of men, women and children