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Unitarian Universalist churches in Massachusetts, Churches completed in 1840, 19th-century Unitarian Universalist church buildings, 1632 establishments in the Thirteen Colonies, Duxbury, Massachusetts, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Protestant congregations established in the 17th century, Churches in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Plymouth County, Massachusett...
 
The Capt. Gershom Bradford House is an historic house at 931 Tremont Street in Duxbury, Massachusetts. The two-story wood frame house was built in 1807 by Captain Gershom Bradford. The main block has a side-gable roof, and is five bays wide and two deep. A two-story ell attached to the right rear connects the house to another addition, a replacement for a barn torn down c. 1900. The house is now owned and operated by the Duxbury Rural and Historical Society as a historic house museum, and has be...
The Alexander Standish House is a historic house at 341 Standish Street in Duxbury, Massachusetts. It has been claimed that this house was built in 1666 by Alexander Standish (1626�1702), son of Mayflower Pilgrim, Capt. Myles Standish, but architectural analysis of the building suggests a mid-18th century construction date. Documentary evidence is also weak, suggesting that when the property passed to Alexander Standishs grandson in 1739, the house standing on it did not resemble this one. The...
 
 
  
The John and Priscilla Alden Family Sites is a National Historic Landmark consisting of two separate properties in Duxbury, Massachusetts, United States. Both properties are significant for their association with John Alden, one of the settlers of the Plymouth Colony who came to North America on board the Mayflower, and held numerous posts of importance in the colony. Alden and his relationship with Priscilla Mullins were memorialized by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in The Courtship of Miles Stand...
 

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The Pillsbury Summer House is an historic house at 45 Old Cove Road in Duxbury, Massachusetts. The two-story wood frame house was built in 1938, and is a locally distinctive early example of Modern architecture, as the first major work of architect Sarah Pillsbury Harkness, and as a rare regional example of a Modern summer house. The house was designed by Harkness for her parents, in collaboration with Eleanor Raymond. The house was built in the same year that Bauhaus architect Walter Gropius bu...
  
 
Plymouth is a passenger rail station on MBTA Commuter Rails Plymouth- Kingston Line. The station is located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in the Cordage Park complex of North Plymouth. Plymouth is one terminus of the MBTAs Kingston- Plymouth Line, along with Kingston station in nearby Kingston, Massachusetts. The Plymouth station provides non-peak and occasional peak along with the Kingston station service to Braintree and as far north as Bostons South Station. Most trains on the line serve only K...
The Bradford House, also known as the Major John Bradford Homestead, is a historic house at 50 Landing Road in Kingston, Massachusetts. The Jones River Village Historical Society owns the house, and operates it as a historic house museum. The oldest portion of this 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was built c. 1714; this was the western portion of the house, including what is now the central chimney. Documentary evidence suggests the building was expanded to its present width c. 1750. The house was...
Clarks Island is the name of a small island located in Plymouth Bay in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. It was named for the first mate of the Mayflower, the ship that brought the Pilgrims to New England. The first mate was John Clarke, so the island should actually be spelled Clarkes Island. The island was initially considered for the location of the Pilgrims settlement, but was rejected in favor of a site to the south, which became known as Plymouth, Massachusetts. Today Clarks Island is a par...
 
Duxbury Pier lighthouse also called Duxbury Light (nicknamed the Bug Light) is a lighthouse located in Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts. Duxbury Pier Light was built in 1871 on the north side of the main channel in Plymouth Harbor to mark the dangerous shoal off Saquish Head. The unusual coffeepot-shaped lighthouse is locally known as Bug Light or simply The Bug. It was the first so-called sparkplug lighthouse in the United States. The lighthouse applied to be listed on the National Register of Hi...
 

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Libraries in Massachusetts, Commercial buildings completed in 1832, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Museums in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Biographical museums in Massachusetts, Houses in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Marshfield, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on ...The Daniel Webster Law Office and Library, also known as Daniel Webster Law Office, is a National Historic Landmark on the grounds of the Isaac Winslow House at 64 Careswell Street in Marshfield, Massachusetts. The office was built in 1832 for Daniel Webster as part of his expansive Marshfield estate. It housed part of his collection of law and agricultural books, and served as a retreat from the main house. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1974, and is listed on the National Re...
 
 Saquish Head, sometimes called Saquish Beach or simply referred to as Saquish, is located at the end of the peninsula at the entrance to Plymouth Bay in Plymouth, Massachusetts, and is a headland and the small private settlement located on that headland. It is located east of Clarks Island and west of Gurnet Point. Its only access by land is from the Powder Point Bridge at Duxbury Beach 5 miles to the north by foot or by 4-wheel drive beach buggies, but access is restricted to property owners, r...
 
 WPLM-FM (99.1 FM, Easy 99.1) is an Adult Contemporary station serving the Boston, Massachusetts, New Bedford-Fall River, Massachusetts, and Cape Cod radio markets from Plymouth, Massachusetts. It is owned by Plymouth Rock Broadcasting Co. and has a sister AM station by the same callsign. Its transmitter is located in Plymouth. As of September 2014 you can also hear WPLM throughout most of Rhode Island on the same 99.1 as you can in Massachusetts. Certain cities dont pickup 99.1 due to being too ...
 
The Thomas-Webster Estate is a historic estate at 238 Webster Street in Marshfield, Massachusetts. It is most notable for its association with the politician and statesman Daniel Webster, who owned a large (more than 1,000-acre (400 ha)) property in Marshfield, and is buried here along with other members of his family. The core of the estate was a farmstead Webster purchased from Nathaniel Thomas in 1832. Webster was known for his interest in agricultural science, and he made his farm one of the...
 
 
 
 
 
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Plymouth- �plɪm�θ- (historically known as Plimouth and Plimoth) is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. Plymouth holds a place of great prominence in American history, folklore and culture, and is known as Americas Hometown. Plymouth was the site of the colony founded in 1620 by the Pilgrims, passengers of the famous ship the Mayflower. Plymouth is where New England was first established. It is the oldest municipality in New England and one of the oldest in the United S...
Churches completed in 1870, 19th-century Methodist church buildings, African-American historic places, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Methodist churches in Massachusetts, Churches in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Plymouth, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Massachusetts church stubs, Hidd...The Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage is an historic church and parsonage at 6 Sever Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The church is a modest 1-1- 2 story wood frame structure, with transitional Greek Revival-Italianate styling, and was apparently built c. 1840 and used as a gymnasium. It was purchased by the local African Methodist Episcopal (AME) congregation and consecrated in 1870. The parsonage house is a vernacular 1-1- 2 story wood frame house located about 20 feet ...
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The Plymouth Village Historic District is a historic district encompassing part of the area of earliest settlement of the Plymouth Colony in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It includes properties in an area roughly bounded on the west by North Street, on the north by Water Street on the east by Town Brook, and on the south by Court Street and Main Street. The area includes Leyden Street and streets that were laid out as early as 1633, and nearby are some of Plymouths oldest surviving houses (Richard Sp...
1728 births, 1814 deaths, 18th-century American dramatists and playwrights, Anti-Federalists, Historians of the United States, People of colonial Massachusetts, Otis family, 18th-century American writers, 19th-century American writers, People of Massachusetts in the American Revolution, People from Barnstable, Massachusetts, Women in the American Revolution, Writers from Massachusetts, American women dramatists and playwrights, American people of English descent, 19th-century women writers, 18th...Mercy Otis Warren (September 14, [September 25, New Style] 1728 � October 19, 1814) was a political writer and propagandist of the American Revolution. In the eighteenth century, topics such as politics and war were thought to be the province of men. Few men and fewer women had the education or training to write about these subjects. Warren was an exception. During the years before the American Revolution, Warren published poems and plays that attacked royal authority in Massachusetts and urge...
 
 
Town Brook is a 1.5-mile (2.4 km) stream in Plymouth, Massachusetts that provided drinking water to the Pilgrims who made their homes adjacent to the brook on Leyden Street in Plymouth. Town Brooks headwaters are the Billington Sea, a 269-acre (109 ha) freshwater pond. The brook passes through numerous small ponds, including Deep Water Pond and Jenny Pond. It also passes by the Jenney Grist Mill and the Brewster Gardens before emptying into Plymouth Harbor. A nature trail runs along the entire l...
The Plymouth Post Office Building is an historic former post office building at 6 Main Street Extension in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The building was designed by Oscar Wenderoth and built in 1914-15 by the Hanold-OBrien Company for the federal government. The two story brick Colonial Revival building, in addition to housing the main post office branch for the town, also housed other federal government offices on the upper floor. In the 1960s the building was relegated to a branch post office. It ...
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The Old County Courthouse (also known as the Plymouth Old County Courthouse or the Old Town House) is an historic court house on Leyden Street and Market Street in the Town Square of Plymouth, Massachusetts. Built in 1749, the two story wood frame building is believed to be the oldest wooden courthouse in the United States; it stands on the site of the first (1620) courthouse built by Plymouth Colony settlers, and may incorporate elements of a 1670 building. It is five bays wide and three deep, ...
Brewster Gardens (aka Elder Brewster Gardens) is a park in Plymouth, Massachusetts, located in the center of town. The park runs along both sides of Town Brook from the nature trail at the headwaters of the brook, past Jenney Grist Mill, underneath the Market Street and Main Street Extension (Route 3A) bridges to Water Street, across the street from the mouth of the brook, south of Plymouth Rock. Created in the early 1920s, the park covers the original garden plot that was granted to Elder Willi...
 
 Gurnet Point, also known as The Gurnet, is located at the end of the peninsula at the entrance to Plymouth Bay in Plymouth, Massachusetts, and is a headland and the small private settlement located on it. The Pilgrims who settled Plymouth in 1620 named it Gurnett�s Nose for its resemblance to headlands in the English Channel where gurnett fish were plentiful. The Gurnet (pronounced gurn-it with the accent on the first syllable) is the home of Plymouth (Gurnet) Lighthouse as well as of Fort And...
 Silver Lake is a 640-acre (2.6 km2) lake in Pembroke, Kingston, and Plympton, Massachusetts, south of Route 27 and east of Route 36. The Pembroke- Plympton town line is entirely within the lake, and a portion of the western shoreline of the lake is the town line with Halifax. The lake is the principal water supply for the City of Brockton, whose water treatment plant is on Route 36 in Halifax. The inflow of the pond is Tubbs Meadow Brook, and the pond is the headwaters of the Jones River. Occasi...
 
 
The Town Brook Historic and Archeological District is a historic district encompassing much of the length of Town Brook in Plymouth, Massachusetts, and its surrounding landscape. This area has an industrial history that extends to 1620, when the Pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower and established Plymouth Colony. It extends roughly from the crossing of Billington Street (near where it crosses Massachusetts Route 3), to the mouth of the brook in Plymouth Harbor. The district was listed on the Natio...
Houses in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Museums in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Living museums in Massachusetts, Plymouth Colony, Houses completed in 1677, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Museums established in 1921, 1921 establishments in Massachusetts, History of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stub...
The Sgt. Harlow William Family Homestead (also known as the Harlow-Holmes House or Kendall-Holmes House) is a historic house at 8 Winter Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The oldest portion of this 1-1- 2 story gambrel-roofed Cape house is believed to have been built by Sergeant William Harlow, before he built the nearby Old Harlow Fort House, and is believed to be one of Plymouths oldest surviving buildings. It is unclear from the architectural evidence whether the original structure was a sin...
 Marshfield Municipal Airport (ICAO: KGHG, FAA LID: GHG), also known as George Harlow Field, is a public airport located 2 mi (3 km) east of the central business district (CBD) of Marshfield, a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA. The airport is owned by the Town of Marshfield and run by Shoreline Aviation, the airports fixed base operator (FBO). It has one runway (06-24), averages 50 movements per day, and has approximately 48 aircraft based on its field. There are four non-precision app...

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  South Duxbury is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Duxbury in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 3,360 at the 2010 census.  

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