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A new and correct large draught PLYMOUTH SOUND catt-water and ham-owse

Plymouth

Plymouth

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Letter to Gen. [John] Thomas, Plymouth

Letter to Nicholas Vincent, senior captain at Plymouth

Letter to Nicholas Vincent, senior captain at Plymouth

Letter to Gen. [John] Thomas, Plymouth

Boston, Plymouth and Sandwich mail stage, continues to run as follows....

Plymouth from Bury Hill.

Hacker, James. Plymouth. To S.G. Drake

Hacker, James. Plymouth. To S.G. Drake

Plymouth from the Burying Hill.

Plymouth Rock from the Burying Hill.

Plymouth from the Burying Hill.

A view of Plymouth, from the beach east of the harbour-the oldest town in New England and landing place of the Pilgrim fathers.

Plymouth Methodist Protestant Church, Adrian, Mich.

Plymouth Methodist Protestant Church, Adrian, Mich.

Elder Brewster's chair, Plymouth Hall.

National Monument to the forefathers.

Elder Brewster's chair.

Grave of Thomas Clark, mate of the Mayflower.

Canopy over Pilgrim Rock, Plymouth, Mass.

Plymouth, N.H., from South Mountain.

Elder Brewster's chair, Plymouth Hall.

Pemigewasset House, Plymouth, N.H.

The harbor, Plymouth, Mass.

Canopy over Pilgrim Rock, and Cole's Hill.

[Pilgrim Hall.]

Miles Standish's pot and platter.

National Monument to the forefathers.

Pilgrim Hall.

National Monument to the forefathers.

Canopy over Pilgrim Rock, Plymouth, Mass.

View of town, looking south from Burial Hill.

National Monument to the forefathers.

Pilgrim Hall, Plymouth, Mass.

View of town, looking south from Burial Hill.

Pilgrim Hall.

Harbor view.

National Monument to the forefathers.

Canopy, Plymouth Rock, Plymouth, Mass.

Canopy, Plymouth Rock, Plymouth, Mass.

National Monument to the forefathers.

Burying hill, Plymouth, Mass.

View from the Pemigewasset House, Plymouth,N.H.

Canopy over Pilgrim Rock, Plymouth, Mass.

Statue of Faith, for Plymouth Rock Monument.

Pemigewasset House, Plymouth, Mass.

Model of the Mayflower.

Livermore Falls, Plymouth, N.H.

[Portrait of unidentified elderly woman.]

Interior view of the sixth parish church.

Interior view of the sixth parish church.

Model of the Mayflower.

Canopy over Pilgrim Rock, Plymouth, Mass.

Pilgrim Hall.

Forefather's Rock, Plymouth, Mass.

Canopy over Pilgrim Rock, Plymouth, Mass.

Old court house Plymouth, where Daniel Webster made his first plea.

National Monument to the forefathers.

Pilgrim rock.

Model of the Mayflower.

Interior view, Pilgrim Hall, Plymouth, Mass.

Rock in front of Pilgrim Hall.

Grave of Thomas Clark, mate of the Mayflower.

Model of the Mayflower.

Harbor view.

Old colony railroad depot.

Old burial hill.

Embarkation of the Pilgrims.

Landing of Pilgrims.

Pot & platter which belonged to Miles Standish.

Miles Standish's pot & platter.

Canopy over Pilgrim Rock, Plymouth, Mass.

[Pilgrim Hall.]

Canopy over Pilgrim Rock, Plymouth, Mass.

View from the Pemigewasset House, Plymouth,N.H.

Plymouth Rock and children, Plymouth, Mass.

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