Plymouth Colony

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Burial Hill Plymouth, MA The tombstones were so old it was amazing to read some of them. It is a hike up a hill but worth it. Also went to a halloween tour through here at dark.

Burial Hill Plymouth, MA The tombstones were so old it was amazing to read some of them. It is a hike up a hill but worth it. Also went to a halloween tour through here at dark.

In 1620, the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Massachusetts. They sought religious freedom instead of commercial profit. They has signed the Mayflower compact before coming ashore. They made an agreement in which they set out guidelines for governing their North American colony. The Indians taught the Pilgrims how to grow corn and helped them survive in the new land.

In 1620, the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Massachusetts. They sought religious freedom instead of commercial profit. They has signed the Mayflower compact before coming ashore. They made an agreement in which they set out guidelines for governing their North American colony. The Indians taught the Pilgrims how to grow corn and helped them survive in the new land.

Native American Chief Massasoit...probably not at all what he looked like but at least they made an effort

Massasoit Native American Chief statue byu campus

Massasoit was friendly with my 10th great grandfather Governor William Bradford at the Plymouth settlement. Thanks to him, my 10th great grandfather survived.

Wampanoag Indians. The Wampanoags occupied the area where the Pilgrim Fathers built a colony in Plimouth,  Massachusetts. See my novel ONE SMALL CANDLE available on Amazon.

The Wampanoag Indians-Learn about Thanksgiving Part I

Every year we talk about the pilgrims and have Thanksgiving dinner. We love the family traditions that we have that surround this holiday. In honor of th(...)

Pilgrim Monument-Provincetown, Cape Cod- the tallest all-granite structure in the U.S.A. standing at 252 feet. It was built between 1907-1910 to commemorate the first landing of the Mayflower pilgrims in 1620.

Pilgrim Monument, Provincetown

An unusually straightforward shot by my standards but tried my best to frame the tower with the branches from an overhanging tree. Wide angle lens came in handy aswell and without too much distortion. From wikipedia :- The Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown, Massachusetts was built between 1907 and 1910 to commemorate the first landfall of the Pilgrims in 1620 and the signing in Provincetown Harbor of the Mayflower Compact. This 252-foot (76,80 m) tall campanile is the tallest all-granite…

Going Back to the 17th century at Plimoth Plantation with kids | Plymouth with kids | Massachusetts with kids

Going Back to the 17th century at Plimoth Plantation - The World Is A Book

The Mayflower carried 102 passengers who became known as the Pilgrims from England to the shores of Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620. This became one of

Plimoth Plantation

Plimoth Plantation

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Houses — MayflowerHistory.com

Houses — MayflowerHistory.com

The Internet's most complete resource on the Mayflower and the Pilgrims, with genealogy, history, primary source documents, a complete passenger list, and much more.

One of the charter members of the Plymouth Colony in America, he arrived on the first voyage of the "Mayflower". At the time of the sailing of the vessel in 1620 for America, he was about twenty-one years old. John married fellow Mayflower pilgrim Priscilla Mullins, about 1623.

John Alden Sr. (1598-1687) - Find A Grave...

American Colonial Figure. One of the charter members of the Plymouth Colony in America, he arrived on the first voyage of the Mayflower. At the time of the sailing of the vessel in 1620 for America, he was about twenty-one years old. William Bradford, second governor of the colony, wrote that John Alden was hired for...