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Myles Standish Monument
Imageby Jennifer Macaulay

Myles Standish Monument

Monument honoring Myles Standish (c. 1584-1656 CE), military advisor to the Plymouth Colony, completed in 1898 CE. Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Cushman Monument
Imageby Gerald Azenaro

Cushman Monument

Monument to Robert Cushman at Burial Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts. It reads: Fellow exile with the Pilgrims in Holland, Afterwards their chief agent in England, Arrived here IX November, MDCXXI, With Thomas Cushman his son: Preached...
William Brewster Memorial Stone
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William Brewster Memorial Stone

Cenotaph of William Brewster (1568-1644 CE), elder of the Leiden congregation of separatists (later known as pilgrims), Mayflower passenger and their spiritual leader of the Plymouth Colony. Burial Hill, Plymouth, MA.
Colonial American Currency
Articleby Joshua J. Mark

Colonial American Currency

Colonial American currency was a work in progress from the time of the earliest English settlements of the 1600s until the United States of America minted its own money in 1783. The monetary system was far from standardized, and trade within...
Mourt's Relation
Imageby William Bradford and Edward Winslow, and George Morton

Mourt's Relation

Frontispiece of "Mourt's Relation," published in 1622 CE in London. It is the earliest published account of the Mayflower voyage and the foundation of Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts.
Portuguese Empire
Definitionby Mark Cartwright

Portuguese Empire

The Portuguese Empire was established from the 15th century and eventually stretched from the Americas to Japan. Very often a string of coastal trading centres with defensive fortifications, there were larger territorial colonies like Brazil...
Map of New England
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Map of New England

Map of New England by Captain John Smith Printed by Geor. Low, 1624 CE Based on Smith's 1614 CE voyage, this is the first printed map to use the name “New England” for the region and was used by the pilgrims who founded Plymouth Colony.
Statue of Edward Winslow
Imageby Roland Turner

Statue of Edward Winslow

Statue of Mayflower passenger and Plymouth Colony governor Edward Winslow (l. 1595-1655 CE). St Andrews Square, Droitwich, Worcestershire, UK.
John Alden Memorial
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John Alden Memorial

John Alden memorial stone, Plymouth, MA. John Alden (l. c. 1598-1687 CE) was a member of the crew of the Mayflower, one of the more prominent members of the Plymouth Colony, who also participated in the founding of the nearby settlement...
Samoset
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Samoset

Samoset (c. 1590–1653 CE) walking into Plymouth Colony and greeting the colonists in English. Image from page 155 of "Young folks' history of the United States" (1903 CE)
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