Squanto taught the Pilgrims how to plant corn, which became an important crop, as well as where to fish and hunt beaver. In the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims famously shared a harvest feast with the Pokanokets; the meal is now considered the basis for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Massachusetts and Narragansetts, were not so well disposed towards European settlers, and Massasoit's alliance with the Pilgrims disrupted relations among Native American peoples in the region. Over the next decades, relations between settlers and Native Americans deteriorated as the former group occupied more and more land.
In 1675, Bradford's predictions came true, in the form of King Philip's War.(Philip was the English name of Metacomet, the son of Massasoit and leader of the Pokanokets since the early 1660s.) That conflict left some 5,000 inhabitants of New England dead, three quarters of those Native Americans.
Keep quoting your revisionist history bullshit.
There is no archeological evidence of cannibalism in Jamestown. There was one story about one guy who went insane and supposedly ate his wife, a story that was added to and embellished. It's your mind. If you want to polute it with BS and swallow it as fact, that's your choice.
The Wampanoag Indians did help the Pilgrims. They had lost up to eighty percent of their population to the plague, and saw in the Pilgrims the opportunity to form a treaty, largely in order to protect themselves from the Narragansett tribe.
The natives of this land didn't all live in peace and unity. Far from it. Anglos were known to be here on the east coast as early as the year 1002 and there are many instances of anglos and natives banding together against common enemies. There is also ample evidence of eastern tribes adapting to the ways of anglos...but all of this is irrelevant today.
To the victor goes the spoils. That reality is just as true for the Natives of America as it is for the natives of nearly every modern nation on earth, including many of the native tribes "absorbed" by the Aztecs and Incas. Deal with it.