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Duxbury 2020: A Perspective

As a most recent chapter in Duxbury’s continuing Pilgrim Legacy, we present a recent publication, Duxbury: Our Pilgrim Story, a 2020 Perspective. Duxbury’s commemorative publication for Plymouth 400th features essays by twelve local and professional historians, each with a unique look into Duxbury’s early settlers. Also featured is a compelling perspective by an independent scholar of the Wampanoag nation.

Published jointly by Duxbury 2020 Inc., the Duxbury Rural & Historical Society and the Alden Kindred of America. For more information or to purchase a book, please visit: Purchase Page.


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Digging Duxbury

The quest for archaeological evidence of the Pilgrim past began with an 1833 dig, one of the earliest in U.S. history.

Coming to a Pilgrim Town

Coming to a Pilgrim Town

Duxbury’s Pilgrim history, combined with the town’s natural beauty, initiated a tourist boom.

Collecting in a Pilgrim Town

Collecting in a Pilgrim Town

The tourism boom brought another enterprise, the creation and sale of Pilgrim-themed souvenirs.

Lasting Legacy

Duxbury's Lasting Legacy

Duxbury never forgot its Pilgrim origins. How could it? The names continue to generate interest today.
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