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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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1627 English Village

History and the National Thanksgiving holiday both come to life at Plimoth Plantation on a daily basis.

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Pilgrim Woman

Pilgrim picking yellow flowers for a medical remedy.

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1627 English Kitchen

The kitchen, of the early settlers, was where the women did the cooking and a lot of the work for their families.

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1627 English Living Quarters

Where the women relaxed after a long days work awaiting the mens arrival.

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Wampanoag Homesite

A wetu is the traditional home of the Wampanoag made of cedar saplings set in the ground.

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Wampanoag Wetu

There was an opening in the roof of the wetu so the Wampanoag could build a fire inside for cooking.

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Cranberry Harvest Bed

In order to harvest the cranberries, the beds are flooded with 6" - 8" of water above the vines. A harvester goes through the beds to remove the fruit from the vines.

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Cranberry Bush

Native Americans were the first to use cranberries as food such as pemmican. They also used the plant to cure wounds and as a red dye.

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Cranberries

Cranberries were introduced to the Pilgrims by the Wampanoag Tribe.

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