Parts of the Mayflower

Images and copy © http://www.Mayflower.com MayflowerHistory.com, Copyright © 1994-2010. All Rights Reserved

Label the Parts of the Mayflower

Images and copy © http://www.Mayflower.com MayflowerHistory.com, Copyright © 1994-2010. All Rights Reserved

What Am I?

This room has nothing to do with a bathroom, but rather was the living quarters for the ship's master This is where the crew's meals were cooked, and where (Christopher Jones) and some of the higher ranking the crew's food and supplies were kept. crew, perhaps master's mates John Clarke and Robert Coppin.

This is where the pilot steered the Mayflower. Steering The is the general sleeping quarters for the Mayflower's was done by a stick called a whip-staff that was moved twenty or thirty other crewmembers. The crew slept in back and forth to move the tiller, which in turn moves shifts. the rudder.

Images and copy © http://www.Mayflower.com MayflowerHistory.com, Copyright © 1994-2010. All Rights Reserved

This is where the cannons were located. On merchant This is where the powder, shot, and other supplies ships, this deck was used to hold additional cargo. were stored for the ship's guns and cannons. In the Mayflower's case, the gun deck is where the passengers lived on the voyage to America.

These are large apparatus which were used to lift and lower heavy cargo between the decks.

This is where the Pilgrims would have stored their cargo of food, tools, and supplies during the voyage.

Who Am I Control 1. 3. 5. 7. Forecastle Cabin Gun Room Capstan and Windlass 2. 4. 6. 8. Poop House Steerage Room Gun Deck Cargo Hold

Images and copy © http://www.Mayflower.com MayflowerHistory.com, Copyright © 1994-2010. All Rights Reserved

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful