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History of Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

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(North Plymouth) (White Island Shores)

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Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

Pilgrim Hall Museum in Plymouth is the only museum devoted entirely to the Pilgrim's story and America’s oldest, continuously-operated museum open to the public.
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Plymouth includes: Barkers, Billington Sea, Cedarville, Chiltonville, Cordage (Seaside), Darby, Ellisville, Gurnet, Manomet, Raymond, Saquis, South Pond Village, Stoney Beach, Vallerville, Wares, Wellingsly, and White Horse Beach.


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  • 1620 - The Mayflower sails from Plymouth, England and after a journey of sixty-six days anchors in Plymouth harbor, and the Pilgrims established a settlement.

    www.datesandevents.org/ american-timelines/ 21-massachusetts-history-timeline.htm

  • 1621 - February 17 - Myles Standish appointed 1st commander of Plymouth colony

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  • 1621 - The first Thanksgiving was celebrated by the Pilgrims in Plimouth
    Edward Winslow was among the group of Pilgrims present at the first Thanksgiving. He describes the scene:

    "Our harvest being gotten in, our...Read MORE...


  • 1635 - August 15 - 1st recorded US hurricane hit the Plymouth Colony
    The eye passed between Boston and Plymouth, Mass., and caused a twenty-foot tide in Boston. Gov. William Bradford reported, "It blew down many...Read MORE...


  • News 1638 - 1st earthquake recorded in US, at Plymouth, Mass

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    June 1, 1638

  • 1824 - Plymouth Cordage Company founded
    Plymouth Cordage Company became the world's largest manufacturer of rope and cordage products.

  • 1845 - PLYMOUTH. [Pop. 5,281. Inc. 1620.]
    Plymouth, the oldest town in the State, was called Patuxet by the Indians, and Plymouth by the Puiitans, in remembrance of Plymouth in England,...Read MORE...


  • 1854 - Plymouth
    Plymouth, a post-town, port of entry, and Beat of justice of Plymouth county, Massachusetts, is situated on Plymouth bay, at the southern terminus of ...Read MORE...


  • Plymouth Massachusetts, 1890
    PLYMOUTH, ever memorable as the first town settled by Europeans in New England, lies in the southeast part of Plymouth County, 37 miles southeast of...Read MORE...


  • 1895 - Plymouth
    Plymouth, a post-town, port of entry, and capital of Plymouth co., Mass., in a township of the same name, on Plymouth Harbor or Bay, 37 miles S.S.E....Read MORE...


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    View from Burial Hill showing Church of the Pilgrimage, Plymouth, Mass.
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Town Square, Plymouth, Mass.
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  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

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    Pilgrim Hall, Plymouth, Mass.
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    Cole's Hill
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Shirley Square
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Old Burial Hill, Plymouth, Mass.
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Park Avenue and Railway Station, Plymouth, Mass.
  • 1906
    Plymouth, a port of entry, capital of Plymouth co., Mass., in a township (town) of the same name, on Plymouth Harbor (or Bay), 37 miles SSE. of...Read MORE...


  • News 1907 - BELATED STORM DESTROYS SHIP FAST ON FLATS - Schooner Lucy E. Goes to Pieces Off Plymouth Coast.
    CREW TAKEN OFF BY LIFE SAVERS

    Vessels Take Refuge in Harbors - City Soaked By Rain.

    Boston's belated storm which had threatened the city and...Read MORE...


  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Central Fire Station
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Mabbetts Mills
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Standish Mills
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Town Brook. Site and remains of Pilgrim homes
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Plymouth Rock & Canopy, 1911
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Ardmore Inn, Manomet, Mass.
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Railroad Station
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Samoset House, 1915
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Main Street, 1920s
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    The Registry Building
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
    Memorial Hall
  • News 1957 - Mayflower II from Plymouth, England, reaches Plymouth Mass

    historyorb.com
    June 13, 1957



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View from Burial Hill showing Church of the Pilgrimage, Plymouth, Mass.

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Town Square, Plymouth, Mass.

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Pilgrim Hall, Plymouth, Mass.

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Old Burial Hill, Plymouth, Mass.

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Park Avenue and Railway Station, Plymouth, Mass.

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Cole's Hill

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Shirley Square

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Central Fire Station

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Mabbetts Mills

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Standish Mills


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Town Brook. Site and remains of Pilgrim homes

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Plymouth Rock & Canopy, 1911

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Ardmore Inn, Manomet, Mass.

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Railroad Station

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Samoset House, 1915

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Main Street, 1920s

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The Registry Building

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Memorial Hall
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  • 1620 - The Mayflower sails from Plymouth, England and after a journey of sixty-six days anchors in Plymouth harbor, and the Pilgrims established a settlement.

    www.datesandevents.org/ american-timelines/ 21-massachusetts-history-timeline.htm
  • History: The Pilgrims Journey Documentary


    History: The Pilgrims Journey Documentary (www.youtube.com)
  • 1621 - The first Thanksgiving was celebrated by the Pilgrims in Plimouth
    Edward Winslow was among the group of Pilgrims present at the first Thanksgiving. He describes the scene:

    "Our harvest being gotten in, our... Read MORE...

  • 1621 - February 17 - Myles Standish appointed 1st commander of Plymouth colony

    historyorb.com
  • 1635 - August 15 - 1st recorded US hurricane hit the Plymouth Colony
    The eye passed between Boston and Plymouth, Mass., and caused a twenty-foot tide in Boston. Gov. William Bradford reported, "It blew down many... Read MORE...

  • News  1638 - 1st earthquake recorded in US, at Plymouth, Mass

    historyorb.com
    June 1, 1638
  • History of Plymouth, Massachusetts


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  • 1824 - Plymouth Cordage Company founded
    Plymouth Cordage Company became the world's largest manufacturer of rope and cordage products.
  • 1845 - PLYMOUTH. [Pop. 5,281. Inc. 1620.]
    Plymouth, the oldest town in the State, was called Patuxet by the Indians, and Plymouth by the Puiitans, in remembrance of Plymouth in England,... Read MORE...

  • 1854 - Plymouth
    Plymouth, a post-town, port of entry, and Beat of justice of Plymouth county, Massachusetts, is situated on Plymouth bay, at the southern terminus of ... Read MORE...

  • Plymouth Massachusetts, 1890
    PLYMOUTH, ever memorable as the first town settled by Europeans in New England, lies in the southeast part of Plymouth County, 37 miles southeast of... Read MORE...

  • 1895 - Plymouth
    Plymouth, a post-town, port of entry, and capital of Plymouth co., Mass., in a township of the same name, on Plymouth Harbor or Bay, 37 miles S.S.E.... Read MORE...

  • 1906
    Plymouth, a port of entry, capital of Plymouth co., Mass., in a township (town) of the same name, on Plymouth Harbor (or Bay), 37 miles SSE. of... Read MORE...

  • News  1907 - BELATED STORM DESTROYS SHIP FAST ON FLATS - Schooner Lucy E. Goes to Pieces Off Plymouth Coast.
    CREW TAKEN OFF BY LIFE SAVERS

    Vessels Take Refuge in Harbors - City Soaked By Rain.

    Boston's belated storm which had threatened the city and... Read MORE...

  • News  1957 - Mayflower II from Plymouth, England, reaches Plymouth Mass

    historyorb.com
    June 13, 1957

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