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Plymouth Colony to Plymouth County By Cynthia Hagar Krusell
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This book investigates life in Plymouth Colony in the 1680-1690 decade that witnessed the formation of the county system in Plymouth Colony in 1685.The decade represented the beginning of the demise... More > of Plymouth Colony and the absorption of the Colony into the larger and more prominent Massachusetts Bay Colony. This study focuses on family life, the land, and the church in the original Plymouth County towns of Plymouth, Duxbury, Marshfield, Scituate, Bridgewater and Middleborough. The book is based on extensive use of land, court, and probate records< Less
Of Plymouth Plantation By William Bradford
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Of Plymouth Plantation is the story of the first settlers from The Mayflower and how they were able to survive and flourish in a hostile land despite incredible odds. Enduring starvation, plague,... More > internal and external conflicts, natural disasters and countless other calamities, about a hundred of those first arrivals lived long enough to establish the foundational foothold that would grow into modern America. This is their story, originally penned as a journal during 1630-1651 by William Bradford, who was Plymouth Colony Governor five times for a period of nearly thirty years.< Less
Of Plymouth Plantation By William Bradford
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Of Plymouth Plantation is the story of the first settlers from The Mayflower and how they were able to survive and flourish in a hostile land despite incredible odds. Enduring starvation, plague,... More > internal and external conflicts, natural disasters and countless other calamities, about a hundred of those first arrivals lived long enough to establish the foundational foothold that would grow into modern America. This is their story, originally penned as a journal during 1630-1651 by William Bradford, who was Plymouth Colony Governor five times for a period of nearly thirty years.< Less
Of Plymouth Plantation By William Bradford
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Of Plymouth Plantation is the story of the first settlers from The Mayflower and how they were able to survive and flourish in a hostile land despite incredible odds. Enduring starvation, plague,... More > internal and external conflicts, natural disasters and countless other calamities, about a hundred of those first arrivals lived long enough to establish the foundational foothold that would grow into modern America. This is their story, originally penned as a journal during 1630-1651 by William Bradford, who was Plymouth Colony Governor five times for a period of nearly thirty years. Charles F. Richardson stated that this work was a “forerunner of literature” and that Bradford was “a story-teller of considerable power.” Moses Coit Tyler called him “The father of American history.” This new 2017 edition of Of Plymouth Plantation is presented in modern prose.< Less
Quiet Plymouth By Andy Mor
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Quiet Plymouth A Short Story by Mr Pseudonym Daniel Vader looked at the tattered kettle in his hands and felt irritable. He walked over to the window and reflected on his grey surroundings. He had... More > always loved quiet Plymouth with its old-fashioned, odd oceans. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel irritable. Then he saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Tony Jones. Tony was a virtuous friend with sticky thighs and squat eyebrows.< Less
Dirty Plymouth By Andy Mor
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Dirty Plymouth A Short Story by Writer Unknown Jenna Plumb was thinking about Tristan Superhalk again. Tristan was a giving ogre with pretty arms and ample lips. Jenna walked over to the window and... More > reflected on her cold surroundings. She had always loved dirty Plymouth with its hungry, high hills. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel delighted.< Less
Plymouth Pictorial History By Don Narus
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On July 7, 1928, Walter P. Chrysler introduced his entry into the low priced field. On that day in July, famous aviatrix Amelia Earhart drove the first Chrysler Plymouth on to the stage at Madison... More > Square Gardon, in New York City. It was rousing success. From the onset Plymouth offered luxury appointments and engineering firsts as standard. Our book will deal with an interesting period, 1939-1954, filled with innovation and tempered by war. Although priced higher. Filled with details and useful information. Plymouth was always considered the best value of the low priced three.< Less
Plymouth Pictorial History By Don Narus
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On July 7, 1928, Walter P. Chrysler introduced his entry into the low priced field. On that day in July, famous aviatrix Amelia Earhart drove the first Chrysler Plymouth on to the stage at Madison... More > Square Gardon, in New York City. It was rousing success. From the onset Plymouth offered luxury appointments and engineering firsts as standard. Our book will deal with an interesting period, 1939-1954, filled with innovation and tempered by war. Although priced higher. Filled with details and useful information. Plymouth was always considered the best value of the low priced three.< Less
Travel Journal Plymouth By E Locken
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Travel Journal Plymouth - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Plymouth. Includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and... More > remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
Old Plymouth Trails By Winthrop Packard
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"All Plymouth is made up of the results of pilgrimage. How many scores of fathoms deep the real Plymouth shore lies I do not know. It is down there somewhere where it cooled into bathylithic... More > crust back in the gray dawn of time when the earth was made.... All above that is terminal moraine, rock detritus piled upon rock foundation by the glacier. Plymouth Rock itself thus came joy riding from some ledge up Boston way, alighting from this first and greatest New England Transportation System only a few hundred thousand years before Mary Chilton arrived to set foot upon it. Tide and tempest grind pebbles to shifting sand and give and take away beach and bar yearly, but they do not move the boulders very fast. Manomet shore and even Plymouth beach are rock-bound with these, large and small, today as they were when the Pilgrims fought their desperate, sea-beset way by them through the dusk of a winter northeaster and froze in safety under the lee of Clark's Island."< Less