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  Plymouth Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce
Adults enjoy leisurely strolls through Plymouth’s downtown, stopping to tantalize their taste buds at one of our many restaurants and exploring the many magnificent historic houses and buildings which have been converted to bed and breakfast inns, cozy diners and antique exploring and quaint shops.
Plymouth is conveniently located one hour north of Milwaukee; one hour south of Green Bay; and two hours north of Chicago.
She is located in front of the Plymouth Utilities building just south of the intersection of S. Milwaukee and Mill Street (southwest of downtown) and just south of Antoinette's Sandwich and Pizza.
www.plymouthwisconsin.com   (1634 words)

  Plymouth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Plymouth is a city in the southwest of England, or alternatively the Westcountry, and is situated within the traditional county of Devon.
On 14 December 1810, Plymouth was struck by the strongest tornado yet reported in the UK (as of August 2005), with a T8 rating on the TORRO scale, and a wind speed of 213 to 240 mph.
In 1914 the County Borough of Plymouth merged with the Municipal Borough of Devonport and the Urban District of East Stonehouse to form an enlarged County Borough.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Plymouth   (4011 words)

 Plymouth (automobile) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Plymouth was a marque of automobile based in the United States, marketed by the Chrysler Corporation and DaimlerChrysler from 1928 to 2001.
Plymouth even surpassed Ford for a time in the 1940s as the second most popular make of automobiles in the U.S. Through 1956, Plymouth vehicles were known for their durability, affordability and engineering.
Plymouth regained its traditional third place in the sales race in 1971 and 1974, primarily with its popular Valiant and Duster compact models, but as a brand Plymouth was hardest hit by Chrysler's financial woes of the late 1970s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Plymouth_automobile   (687 words)

Plymouth Rock, a tourist attraction, is on the shore under a granite canopy; recreations of Plimoth Plantation and the Mayflower are also there.
The pilgrims founded Plymouth on Dec. 21, 1620, establishing a settlement that became the seat of Plymouth Colony in 1633 and a part of Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1691.
His History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, first printed in full in 1856, is a minor classic, reflecting the unusual qualities of the man and the values of the small group of English separatists who became known as Pilgrims.
pilgrims.net /plymouth/history   (1465 words)

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New Plymouth is the port and main city in the Taranaki region on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand.
The area where New Plymouth was founded had been the historic home for several Maori iwi (tribes) for centuries.
Notable features are the excellent botanic gardens, the 45m high artwork called the wind wand crafted by noted New Zealand artist Len Lye, and the picturesque views of Mount Taranaki, (previously referred to as Mount Egmont).
www.wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/n/ne/new_plymouth.html   (165 words)

 Research Starters: Plymouth Colony
Plymouth Colony, America's first permanent Puritan settlement, was established by English Separatist Puritans in December 1620.
The colony gradually grew in size, and the original settlement known as the Plimoth Plantation expanded as settlers built houses in the area.
Plymouth Colony retained its independence for over 70 years, and by 1691 its population exceeded 7,000.
teacher.scholastic.com /researchtools/researchstarters/plymouth   (938 words)

 Plymouth Colony
Plymouth Colony: Early Years - Early Years During the first winter of the colony, about half of the settlers died from scurvy and...
Plymouth Colony: Expansion and Merger - Expansion and Merger After several years the colonists could no longer be restrained from settling...
Pilgrimage to Plymouth: discover a cornucopia of treasures and traditions in southeastern Massachusetts: in November and all year......
www.infoplease.com /ce6/history/A0839407.html   (225 words)

 Plymouth MI!
Thus, Plymouth was settled in 1825, was incorporated in 1867, and became a city in 1932.
It was George Starkweather, the first child born to settlers in present Plymouth Township, who later in 1871 recognized the importance of a railroad to a community and decided that the North Village of Plymouth would become the new center of town.
The Village of Plymouth was incorporated by an act of the State Legislature in March, 1867.
www.ci.plymouth.mi.us /index.asp?NID=300   (1055 words)

 Plymouth MI - Official Website
The City of Plymouth is one of the oldest communities in Michigan.
Plymouth has a vibrant downtown with a variety of shops and restaurants, that surround a beautiful park.
With an active recreation program, Plymouth is a great place to raise a family.
www.ci.plymouth.mi.us   (94 words)

 Plymouth Tourism - Devon, England, UK - Hotels, Events, Conferences
For the perfect break, come to Plymouth and experience our rich combination of heritage and natural beauty in a thriving maritime city.
In Plymouth, whatever the season, you´ll never be lost for something great to do.
As the regional capital of Devon and Cornwall, Plymouth is an extra-ordinary blend of vibrant modern city and historic seafaring port.
www.visitplymouth.co.uk   (216 words)

 Plymouth State Meteorology Program Cloud Boutique   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Plymouth State Meteorology Program has developed this server to provide explanations of and access to detailed pictures of some basic cloud forms.
All of these pictures were taken in the local area around Plymouth, New Hampshire and most from the weather observation deck on the roof of the Boyd Science Center on the Plymouth State campus.
Plymouth State meteorology graduate, Jay Shafer, has also provided some stunning additional lenticular pictures taken around the White Mountain region of New Hampshire.
vortex.plymouth.edu /clouds.html   (1686 words)

 Plymouth Congregational Church, Minneapolis
Plymouth Church is a community of progressive Christians whose values include liberal theology, social justice, traditional worship and the arts as integral to spiritual life.
This diverse and exciting congregation offers extraordinary programming for children and youth, stimulating experiences in adult education, compassionate pastoral care, an array of opportunities for spiritual enrichment and worship that both challenges the mind and touches the soul.
Plymouth Congregational Church • 1900 Nicollet Avenue • Minneapolis MN 55403-3789 • 612/871-7400
www.plymouth.org   (240 words)

 Plymouth, New Hampshire
Over the last five decades, Plymouth grew by a total of 2,853 residents, going from 3,039 in 1950 to 5,892 residents in 2000.
The 2004 Census estimate for Plymouth was 6,225 residents, which ranked 51st among New Hampshire's incorporated cities and towns.
Plymouth contains 28.2 square miles of land area and 0.3 square miles of inland water area.
www.nhes.state.nh.us /elmi/htmlprofiles/plymouth.html   (303 words)

 Plymouth City Council - Education and Learning
Plymouth City Council is not responsible for the content of linked websites.
We provide a wide range of services to ensure that learners of all ages are able to reach their full potential.
This is the first major review of schools in Plymouth for more than 50 years and addresses the issues of falling pupil numbers, surplus capacity in schools and the condition of school buildings.
www.plymouth.gov.uk /homepage/education.htm   (242 words)

 Plymouth NH Chamber of Commerce your source for the White Mountains and Lake Regions of New Hampshire
Plymouth NH Chamber of Commerce your source for the White Mountains and Lake Regions of New Hampshire
Visitors from all over the world come to the Plymouth, NH area to experience our warm hospitality, rich history, beautiful mountain scenery and wide variety of recreational activities.
Let Plymouth be your base of operations for your next trip.
www.plymouthnh.org   (122 words)

 Plymouth -- Business Directory - Travel - and Tourist Information, News and Events for Plymouth. Devon. England. UK
If it is entertainment you are looking for Plymouth is the home of one of the best theatres in the country, the Theatre Royal, with top class programmes from drama to musicals.
Plymouth Pavilions is the major regional venue for both pop and classical concerts, top comedians and sporting events.
Plymouth is an ideal base for venturing into the countryside The modern pedestrianised City Centre, with its floral displays, water features and the largest range of shops in the region is a delight for shoppers.
www.plymouthcity.co.uk   (436 words)

 Plymouth City Airport - for Flights to Devon & Cornwall
Plymouth City Airport - at the heart of Devon and Cornwall.
Plymouth City Airport is your gateway to Plymouth and the far South West.
Plymouth City Airport - your gateway to Devon and Cornwall, and your departure point for worldwide connections via Gatwick, Manchester or Bristol.
www.plymouthairport.com   (182 words)

 Welcome to Plymouth Public Schools :: Plymouth, Massachusetts
Plymouth Public Schools has worked with GovConnection to provide our students and faculty the same cost for products that the district purchases.
The Plymouth Technology Curriculum has been approved by the school committee and is now on-line in PDF format: Part One - Introduction/Curriculum (2MB); Part Two - MA Department of Education Technology Standards (520K); and Part 3 - Appendices (852K)
Plymouth Public Schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, homelessness or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities.
www.plymouthschools.com   (661 words)

 Plymouth City Airport: official site: dedicated Since: 21-May-1998 -- Devon. England. UK.
Fly from Plymouth Airport to london gatwick, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Bristol, Dublin, Cork, Cardiff, Newcastle, Liverpool, Aberdeen, plymouth, England.
The airport, situated just four miles from Plymouth City Centre and close to the A38 Devon Expressway, offers fast and convenient links to a variety of cities in the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands.
Plymouth Flying Centre {plymouth flying centre}is the airport's General Aviation division, catering for the requirements of private aircraft pilots and operators, whether flying using Plymouth City Airport for business or pleasure.
www.plymouthcity.co.uk /airport.html   (259 words)

 Plymouth Congregational Church - Seattle, WA
Believing that God's love transcends all human distinctions, Plymouth welcomes people of all races and cultures, of varied social and economic conditions, and regardless of sexual orientation.
We seek to be open and affirming of all people, and we seek to call all people to the cost and joy of Christian discipleship.
At Plymouth Church we take our faith in a loving God seriously and joyfully.
www.plymouthchurchseattle.org   (119 words)

Plymouth in the middle ages was a small town at the mouth of the River Ply.
The town was owned by the monks of Plympton Priory but in 1439 was freed from monastic rule and became the first English town to be granted a charter by an Act of Parliament.
Plymouth is a town of consideration, and of great importance to the public.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /ITplymouth.htm   (229 words)

 Plymouth Township, Montgomery County PA - Welcome!
This revised design involves the substitution of retaining walls for earthen slopes, where viable, to reduce property impacts and help preserve the existing vegetation that acts as a buffer between the Turnpike and adjacent properties throughout the corridor.
Plymouth Township Sewer Department is now offering Automatic Payment option to pay your sewer bill.
After you set up your checking account with the Sewer Department, on the due date of your quarterly sewer bill, the amount of your bill will automatically be deducted from your bank account.
www.plymouthtownship.org   (265 words)

 Home page of the Plymouth Owners Club Bulletin
Each year the Plymouth Club sponsors three national meets in various locations around the country and every tenth year, on the anniversary of Plymouth's founding, hosts a Grand National Meet in the Detroit area.
The Plymouth Club has a full complement of Technical Advisors for each model year to assist you with restoration advice for your car.
The Plymouth Club invites you to share our enthusiasm and dedication to the preservation and restoration of the Plymouth and Fargo lines and to enjoy the fellowship of our members.
www.plymouthbulletin.com   (480 words)

 Welcome to Plymouth, CT
Anyone 18 or older eligible, there will be a nominal fee if you do not have Medicare.
The Plymouth Historical Society and "Teddy Bears for Tears" - Sunday, December 2nd, 12 pm - 3 pm - 4th Annual Open House and host of Heather's Teddy Bear Holiday Tree in its Victorian Parlor.
The Town of Plymouth is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider.
www.plymouthct.us   (218 words)

 Plymouth Tube Company
Plymouth Tube Company, a privately held international manufacturer established in 1924, operates a large network of metalworking mills in the United States.
The company is a global supplier of specialty tubing in carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel and nickel alloy.
Plymouth Extruded Shapes, a member of the Plymouth Tube Company, manufactures near-net extruded shapes in carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel, nickel based alloy and titanium.
www.plymouth.com   (77 words)

 BBC - Spotlight - Plymouth Sound webcam
This is the live view from Staddon Heights at the mouth of Plymouth Sound.
At dawn it is pointed east to catch the sunrise, in the evening it is moved to catch the sunset.
In between it may be pointing at traffic over the Laira bridge, people enjoying the sun on Plymouth Hoe, or ship movements in Plymouth Sound, especially on Thursdays when Royal Navy ships depart on exercise.
www.bbc.co.uk /england/spotlight/webcam.shtml   (138 words)

 Plymouth City Council - Homepage
Plymouth's Children’s Services have received a ‘good’ rating by inspectors from Ofsted.
New national concessionary bus pass - free bus travel throughout England for eligible Plymouth residents from 1 April 2008.
Mount Edgcumbe Christmas fayre - Mount Edgcumbe House, 8 and 9 December
www.plymouth.gov.uk   (169 words)

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