Pilgrim House Scene, Plimoth Plantation, Massachusetts

This image shows a pair of re-enactors portraying a mother and child in a Pilgrim house as it might have looked in the 1620s.

Published by Plimoth Plantation, Inc., Plymouth, Mass.

The description states:


A Pilgrim mother pauses briefly to play with her child at the First House, a reproduction of an early Pilgrim dwelling of the period 1623, by Plimoth Plantation, a non-profit educational foundation, located near the national famous Plymouth Rock on the State Reservation, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

–Also visible in the photo are examples of utensils, tools and furniture, some of which would have been brought over from England and some fashioned on site.

This image likely dates from the 1950s.

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