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OLD PLYMOUTH TRAILS

BY

WINTHROP PACKARD 

Author of "White Mountain Trails," "Literary Pilgrimages of a Naturalist," etc. 

ILLUSTRATED

 

BOSTON
SMALL, MAYNARD & COMPANY PUBLISHERS
Copyright, 1920,
BY WINTHROP PACKARD
PRESS OF GEO. H. ELLIS CO., BOSTON

The Mayflower at Plymouth

 

 

FOREWORD

The author wishes to express his thanks to the editors of the Boston Evening Transcript and the Atlantic Monthly for permission to reprint in this volume matter originally contributed to the columns of that paper and magazine; and to A. S. Burbank of Plymouth, I. Chester Horton, and Howard S. Adams for permission to reproduce various illustrations.

 

CONTENTS

 

 

ILLUSTRATIONS
THE MAYFLOWER AT PLYMOUTH
THE FIRST PILGRIM TRAIL
PLYMOUTH AS THE PILGRIMS MADE IT
LEYDEN STREET TO-DAY FROM BURIAL HILL
BIRDS OF THE PLYMOUTH WOODS, WISE AND OTHERWISE
BILLINGTON PATH ALONG THE BORDER OF "BILLINGTON SEA"
THE STERN AND ROCK-BOUND COAST WHICH GREETED THE PILGRIMS
BAYBERRY AND PITCH PINE ALONG A NANTUCKET TRAIL
A NANTUCKET LANE
ALONG A BYWAY OF THE CAPE
DUSTY MILLER BLOSSOMING AMONG THE CAPE DUNES
THE SUN SIFTING AND WINNOWING HIS GOLD FOR SUNSET
SUNRISE OVER THE POND
ROUNDING THE BREAKWATER AT NANTUCKET WITHIN CALL OF THE OLD LISBON BELL
CAPTAIN'S HILL FROM MARSH MARGIN
ALONG THE SALT MARSHES
OUTWARD BOUND IN PLYMOUTH HARBOR GEESE ON THE SAND SPIT AT PLYMOUTH
WILD GEESE IN FLIGHT OVER THE POND
THE FOX THAT SLIPS ALONG THE WINDING PATHS AT DAWN
A CAPE COD CEDAR CENTURIES OLD
THE PINES IN WINTER
DEER IN THE WINTER WOODS
PICKEREL FROM AN OLD COLONY POND