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In the Autumn of 1997 Sandy and I went to New England on holiday. Our trip took us through New Hampshire and Vermont on our way from Maine to Niagara Falls.

We flew into Boston, rented a car and spent a couple of days touring some of the historic sights around the city. In addition to the old sections of the city which figure greatly in our nation's history.

While we were in Boston, we visited and toured Pimoth Plantation a replica site of the original Pilgrim settlement. A living museum, In the 1627 English Village section of the museum, interpreters have been trained to speak, act, and dress appropriately for the period. Here the townsfolk are eager to tell you about their recent crossing from the Old World and the hardships of their life in the New World.

We toured Mayflower II which is a replica of the original Mayflower on which the Pilgrims sailed across the Atlantic in search for a new start and freedom from religious persecution in Europe.

Also berthed in Boston Harbor is the USS Constitution, also known as Old Ironsides.

The camera equipment used on this trip was the Canon EOS 630 35mm film SLR. Lenses consisted of a Sigma 28-70mm f/3.5-5.6, Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 DG Macro telephoto.
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Faneuil Hall Boston has been a market place and meeting hall since 1742..

Boston Harbor. Site of the Boston Tea Party of 1773.

Quincy Market Boston. Boston streets. Old North Church steeple seen in the distance.
Boston city streets.

Paul Revere's house.

Vintage brick wall and window in the area near Paul Revere's house.

Old North Church. April 18, 1775, when the church sexton, Robert Newman, climbed the steeple and held high two lanterns as a signal from Paul Revere that the British were marching to Lexington and Concord by sea and not by land. "One if by land, two if by sea."
Front of Old North Church. Plaque on the toer of the church describing the event of April 18, 1775. Entering Plimoth Plantation. This is a village replica of the village the original Pilgrims established on the shore of Plymouth Harbor. "Residents" of the town dress in period costumes, speak and act the part of the original settlers. Pilgrim at work gathering straw.

Village residents preparing to make charcoal.

  Fort and meeting house. Sandy by the old meeting house.
Main Street.   Sod roof on one of the houses.  
Baking oven. Every house has its own garden.   Resident gardening.

Stacked sheaves of grain. Not sure what.


Cow pasture.

Just outside the Pilgrim encampent is Wampanoag Indian Village.

Plymouth Rock at the traditional site of the Pilgrims landing in 1620.

Mayflower II. Replica of the original Mayflower on which the Pilgrims arrived from Europe and landed at Plymouth Rock.

On board touring the Mayflower II  
    Mayflower II U.S.S. Constitution. "Old Ironsides"

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