Historical Markers in
Plymouth County, Massachusetts

1630-1930 Abraham Lincoln Alden House Historic Site Alexander Scammell America's Hometown America's Oldest Maintained Cemetery America’s First Street America’s Hometown at the Heart of Plymouth County Bastion C Battery Bartlett Bernice James DePasquali Brewster Gardens British Marine Burial Site Brockton Railroad Viaducts and Bridges Bumpus Park Burial Hill Capt. James Bartlett House Captain Myles Standish Coles Hill Cole’s Hill Commemorating Mattapoisett's Shipbuilders Cudworth House Daniel Webster Tablet Dr. Samuel Fuller Early Boundary Line Edward Doty Elder William Brewster Ezra Weston First Burying Ground of Mayflower Passengers First Fort First House Built by the Pilgrims First Meeting House First Meetinghouse First Training Field Fort Independence Gannett’s Corner Gold Star Mothers Monument Gurnet Fortifications Hingham Massachusetts Homestead of Captain Myles Standish House of Isaac Doten Hull Hull James Cole James Warren John Alden John Boyle O'Reilly John Boyle O'Reilly House Joseph Tribble House Leyden Street Lt. William Haswell House Major William Bradford Mann Historical Museum Massasoit Mattapoisett Wharves Memorial Stones of John and Priscilla Alden Men of Kent Cemetery Metacomet (King Philip) Mordecai Lincoln Mill and Homestead Mr. Thomas Clarke Nathan Cushing Nathaniel Winsor, Jr. House National Day of Mourning Ned's Point Light North River Bridge Old Fort Old Marshfield Training Field Old Scituate Lighthouse Old Ship Church Old Stockbridge Grist Mill On North River On This Lot Paragon Park Philip Delano Pilgrim Maiden Pilgrim Memorial State Park Plymouth Rock Plymouth Waterfront POW/MIA Memorial Powder House Reverend Peter Hobart Reynolds-Maxwell Garden Robert Cushman Samuel Lincoln House Satuit Brook Shipyard Center Site of an 1621 House Site of First Church Site of First School House Site of Ford's Store Site of Nook Gate Site of Point School Site of Second Meeting House Site of Stockbridge Mansion Site of the First Church Site of Tide Grist Mills Strangers Corner Tercentenary Cannons The Beginning of the Bradford House The Brig Independence The Church of Scrooby Leyden and the Mayflower The Common House The Frazier Memorial State Pier The Italian Freighter Etrusco The National Monument to the Forefathers The Old Oaken Bucket The Old Powder House The Town House of Plymouth The Wading Place The "Dark Arch" Third Cliff Tree of Knowledge Tremont Nail Factory Unitarian Controversy of 1801 Veterans Memorial Vietnam War Memorial War Memorial War Memorial Wareham Bicentennial War Memorial Wareham War Memorial Wareham World War I Monument Warham Cotton Factory Memorial Welcome to Pilgrim Memorial State Park Welcome to the Old Burial Ground, c. 1632-1787 Welcome to the Old Burying Ground, c. 1632-1787 William Bradford William Brewster’s Homestead Williams-Barker House “Don’t Give Up The Ship”