Plimoth Plantation

A reenacted colonial U.S. village near the site of the original Pilgrim's landing. Plymouth Rock is further west up the coast.
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The pulpit in the meetinghouse.
A Wampanoag amidst racks of furs and some of his handmade weapons.
Presumably reasonably authentic colonial fare.
View of the colony's main avenue from the meeting house.
A man and a lady in the meetinghouse, mostly singing archaic ditties.
Live cattle and fowl can be seen in the colony.
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@ 2005-10-26 15:59:11
BTW the spelling is correct; the museum uses the archaic spelling in its name.