Monday, June 01, 2015
Monday's Postcard 2015: Massachusetts
The first Thanksgiving Day was celebrated in Plymouth in 1621. The visible portion of Plymouth Rock is a lumpy fragment of glacial moraine about the size of a coffee table, with the date 1620 cut into its surface. After being broken, dragged about the town of Plymouth by ox teams used to inspire Revolutionaries, and reverently gouged and scraped by 19th-century souvenir hunters, it is now at rest near the head of Plymouth Harbor.
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