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Plymouth Public Library 132 South Street Plymouth, MA 02360 Telephone: 508-830-4250 E-mail: Contact Us Internet: Website
Almost all published histories and genealogies of early Massachusetts settlers are here.
- The Plymouth Collection houses the library’s collection of over 1200 items relating to the descendants of the Mayflower Pilgrims, as well as many other immigrants who settled in the area. In the 19th and 20th centuries Plymouth attracted and assimilated a post-Yankee wave of Italian, Portugese, German and French immigrants through the largest rope manufacturing company in the world. By the end of the 20th century, Plymouth had grown from a mill town of 9,500 residents to a sprawling community of more than 50,000.
- List of Newspapers to search Many that go back into the early 1800's.
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