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Plimoth Plantation | Articles

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Textile workers at Plimoth Plantation. See more photos.
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Textile workers at Plimoth Plantation. See more photos.

New England’s history comes alive at Plimoth Plantation where Puritan interpreters and Wampanoag interpreters, many of whom are members of the tribe, act and speak as though it were 1627. View photos of Plimoth Plantation, their daily lives and crafts.

Read more about the Pilgrims and Plimoth Plantation:

1983 Interview with an Interpreter

New England Numbers: Pilgrims

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