He now lives in the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral, not far from the villages where the leaders of the Plymouth Colony were born.
Plymouth Colony in 1626 passed an ordinance prohibiting the cutting of timber from the Colony lands without official consent.
An account of Mayflower days and the founding of the Plymouth Colony.
This was the first definite offshoot from the Plymouth Colony, and was accompanied by the usual maternal fears.
The plantations of the Plymouth Colony followed the example.
Governor Hinckley was a man of superior ability, distinguished in the history of Plymouth Colony.
This important historical document covers the first year of the Plymouth Colony.
What happened at the Plymouth Colony after the Mayflower came to anchor?
Furthermore, the relative positions in life of the personnel of the entire Plymouth Colony showed a remarkable equality.
In 1620 he emigrated to America in the “Mayflower,” and founded the Plymouth Colony.