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The Native Americans of New England were fairly well organized, operating as villages organized into a larger confederations. They were capable of organizing across large areas and had their own power struggles and internal conflicts between confederations. At this point, they had been dealing with the Europeans for almost a century - and fairly clear pattern had emerged. The Native Americans were frequently interested in trading with the Europeans. However, permanent settlements were not allowed - and evicted by force, if necessary.
For the Pilgrims, this pointed towards a fairly limited and dangerous settlement, particularly given their initial introduction to the local area. Until they got lucky.
The area they landed in had been devastated by disease immediately prior to their visit, wiping out most of the population. This played a key role in giving them an opportunity to get established. First, they stumbled upon a deserted village in a defensible location that had been wiped out by the disease. Second, the local Native American confederation had been sufficiently weakened by the disease that they were in danger of being taken over by a neighboring confederation. This gave them an incentive to partner with the Europeans as an ally.
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