Plymouth Rock

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Plymouth Rock

  1. The traditionally accepted landing site of the Mayflower settlers to America in 1620.
  2. A breed of poultry.
    • "The Plymouth Rock was a popular old fashioned utility bird. It's a gorgeous looking bird — proud and beautifully feathered. It should lay a large brown egg and plenty of them — at least 200 a year and ideally 285."

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