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Pilgrim Hall Museum is pleased to share these links to sites that will help you learn more about the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag, plan your visit to Plymouth, research your ancestors, and generally provide interesting reading.

Plan Your Visit to Plymouth:


For all things Plymouth!
www.seeplymouth.com

 


www.plymouthma400.org

 


http://www.mass-vacation.com/

 



http://www.southshorebackroads.org/

 


Information on the Pilgrims and Wampanoag:

Alden House Museum (Duxbury)

Aptucxet Trading Post (Bourne)

Bradford Site (with links to many other Pilgrim & Plymouth information sites)

Caleb Johnson's Mayflower Site (excellent information on the Mayflower passengers)

Los Angeles Colony of Mayflower Descendants in the State of California

General Society of Mayflower Descendants

Mashantucket Pequot Museum (Connecticut)

Ohio Mayflower Society

Pennsylvania Society of Mayflower Descendants

Pilgrim Hopkins Heritage Society (formed to perpetuate the memory of the Hopkins family who arrived on the Mayflower in 1620)

Pilgrim John Howland Society

Plimoth Plantation

Plymouth Colony Archive Project (includes text of primary source documents including Mourt's Relation and Good Newes from New England, wills and inventories, and court records)


Other 17th century and Pilgrim-related sites to visit in the Plymouth area:

Alden House Museum (Duxbury)

General Society of Mayflower Descendants

Harlow Old Fort House

Historic Winslow House (Marshfield)

Jabez Howland House

Major John Bradford Homestead (Kingston)

Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum (Provincetown)

Plimoth Plantation


Pilgrim Sites in England & Holland:

Leiden American Pilgrim Museum

Planning a trip to "Pilgrim country" in England? Visit here first!


Genealogical Sites:

Alden House Museum (Duxbury)

General Society of Mayflower Descendants

New England Historic Genealogical Society

Orange County (California) Mayflower Colony

What ship brought YOUR ancestor? Check here for passenger lists from the early 17th century


Other sites of interest to us and perhaps to you:

America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade

The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History (this nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the study and love of American history provides numerous resources for teachers, students and the general public)

Museumland: the worldwide portal to museums and cultural heritage (a one-stop Website, originating in Italy, that will direct you to the websites of museums all over the world - a great service for cultural travelers!)

New England Society in the City of New York

Kidding Around, South Shore edition
(an excellent resource for family activities on Massachusetts’ South Shore)

The links on this page are for your information and amusement.
This does not constitute an endorsement of their content or their reliability by the Pilgrim Society.
If you find a link that doesn't work or if you know of another interesting and appropriate not-for-profit Website that might be added to our links, please let us know at director@pilgrimhall.org

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