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Plymouth Colony

1n 1620, a small group of English colonists, popularly known as the "Pilgrims," sailed from from the Mayflower Steps in Plymouth, England, to the shore of what is today known as the town of Plymouth (formally New Plimouth and Plimoth) in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States.

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Cape Cod Bay

In 1620 The Mayflower first landed on the tip of the peninsula before the Pilgrims settled in Plymouth.

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Sign - PLYMOUTH ROCK

LANDING PLACE OF THE PILGRIMS 1620 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS

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Plymouth Rock Canopy

The laying of the cornerstones of a new Plymouth Rock canopy and Forefathers' Monument occurred on August 2, 1859.

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Plymouth Rock

1620 was the year the Pilgrims landed in Plymouth Harbor and Plymouth Rock was considered the first solid land they landed on.

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Mayflower Painting

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Mayflower II Port Side

This ship is a near exact replica of the original Mayflower ship.

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Mayflower II Stern

The stern of the ship is also defined as the rear and usually is the location of the captain's quarters or dining room.

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Mayflower II

The crow's nest is a structure in the middle of the ship and is used as a lookout point to ensure the best view of any approaching hazards, ships, or land.

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Mayflower II

Baby Luke on the top deck of the Mayflower II.

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Mayflower II

The Captain's quarters, where he would rest and navigate the direction of the ship.

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English Settler

Awaiting arrival of the new land many people go through many hardships while on the crowded ship.

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