Back Side of Cape Cod, Today-1930 and Yesterday-1620: Mayflower First Landing in America - Reproduction - - Reproduction
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High quality giclée reproduction print of a unique antique map of Cape Cod, showing the route of the Mayflower's first landing in America, marking the track of the Mayflower from daybreak, 6:30 AM, Thursday November 9, 1620, when she first made land at Nauset. With precise dates and times, travelling first southeast of Chatham through the dangers of Pollock Rip, then turning northward and travelling off the east coast of Orleans, Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro and around the north coast of Provincetown to land in Provincetown Harbor, at 10 AM, Saturday, November 11, 1620. Original is by W. Sears Nickerson, 1930/1970. This item is a reproduction of an original map. The reproduction process we use creates a high quality print on stiff paper and is an identical reproduction of the original. approx. 23 x 16 inches.
Maker: Reproduction of Warren Sears Nickerson's 1931 Map
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