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Free images of 17th Century English Village
at Plimoth Plantation Museum* -
Page 2 

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Village palisade fence at Plimoth Plantation.

Village palisade -1
A “palisade” (high wooden fence) surrounds the village offering protection.

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Wood fencing at Plimoth Plantation.

Wooden fencing around the gardens in the village.  Wood fence - 1

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Water buckets.

Water buckets - 1
Used for carrying drinking and bath water.  Crops needed frequent watering.

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Wood barrels.

Barrels - 1 were used for storage.

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Wooden barrels 2

Barrels - 2 were used for storage.

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  Did you know....

that the English colonists did not call themselves “Pilgrims”.  When they wrote letters back home, they referred to themselves as “Planters” – those who were farmers, and “Adventurers” – those who financed the colony.  The name “Pilgrim” came from a reference in a letter written about the church leaving Holland for America.  There was reference to Hebrews xi.13-16 to pilgrims on a journey with a religious or moral purpose.  It was not specific to those individuals at Plymouth.  The name gained popularity in the 1800s.

 

Interior of colonist house with bed.

Inside a colonist's house - 1
More ornate furniture would have been brought from England or Holland.  
Basic furniture would have been made in the new colony.
Drapes around the bed would keep the occupant warm as fires cooled during the night.

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Colonist furniture at Plimoth Plantation.

Colonist furniture
Chairs, for example, were sometimes lifted and attached to a wall to give occupants more
floor space when needed.

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Interior of a pilgrims home at Plimoth Plantation.

Inside a colonist's house - 2 showing fireplace.

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Headboard of rich colonist at Plimoth Plantation.

Inside a colonist's house - Headboard.
A real bed brought from either England or Holland signifies that the man who slept here was 
one of wealth.  The finely carved pieces would be ones that were brought onboard the Mayflower.  
The simpler furniture was built at the new colony.

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Furniture in a pilgrims house at Plimoth Plantation.

Inside a colonist's house .  Fireplace - 2
Dwellings were quite small made up of usually only one room. 
Adults slept on a bed while children slept on the floor.

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Indoor cooking hearth at Plimoth Plantation.

Indoor cooking hearth.
The pot hanging from the chain could be raised and lower depending upon
the desired temperature needed for cooking.  
Notice the herbs drying on each side of the hearth.

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"People of 
different religions 
and cultures 
live side by side
 in almost every part|
of the world, 
and most of us have overlapping identities 
which unite us 
with very different groups.  
We can love what we are,
 without hating what 
- and who - 
we are not.  
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in our own tradition, 
even as we learn 
from others, 
and come to respect 
their teachings."

~Kofi Annan ~
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"Preservation of 
one's own culture 
does not require
 contempt 
or disrespect
 for other cultures."

~ Cesar Chavez ~
American Activist 
and Labour Organizer.  
Founder of the National Farm Workers Association
(1927-1993)

 


 

 

"It is the mark 
of the cultured man 
that he is aware 
of the fact 
that equality 
is an ethical 
and not a biological principle."

~ Ashley Montagu ~
British-American anthropologist
1905 - 1999

 

 

"We may have 
different religions, 
different languages, 
different coloured skin, 
but we all belong 
to one human race."

~ Kofi Annan ~
Ghanian Diplomat, 
7th UN Secretary-General, 
2001 Nobel Peace Prize Winner

 

 

"We have 
the ability to achieve, 
if we master 
the necessary goodwill,
 a common global society 
blessed with a shared culture 
of peace 
that is nourished by 
the ethnic, 
national and 
local diversities
 that enrich our lives."

~ Mahnaz Afkhami ~
Iranian-American 
Human rights activist.

 

 

 

"Difference 
is of the essence 
of humanity.  
Difference
 is an accident of birth 
and it should therefore 
never be the source
 of hatred 
or conflict.  
The answer to difference
 is to respect it.  
Therein lies a most 
fundamental principle of peace:  respect for diversity."

~ John Hume ~
Irish Politician, 
1998 Nobel 
Peace Prize Winner, 
1999 Defender of 
Democracy Award, 
2001 Gandhi Peace Prize

 

 

 

 

 

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