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Plymouth Colony

noun

  1. the colony established in SE Massachusetts by the Pilgrims in 1620.


Plymouth Colony

noun

  1. the Puritan colony founded by the Pilgrim Fathers in SE Massachusetts (1620) See also Mayflower


Plymouth Colony

  1. The colony established in what is now eastern Massachusetts by the Pilgrims in 1620.


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He now lives in the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral, not far from the villages where the leaders of the Plymouth Colony were born.

The first free public school established by law in Plymouth Colony was in 1670.

Let us humbly hope that the fathers of the Plymouth Colony will then appear in the whiteness of innocence.

By driving the founders of the Plymouth Colony into exile, it constrained them to absolute separation irreconcilable.

Here he lived to the age of eighty-nine, holding important offices in Plymouth Colony up to the time of his death.

The first free school established by law in the Plymouth Colony was in 1670-72.

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