File:Mayflower in Plymouth Harbor, by William Halsall.jpg

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Artist
William Halsall
Description

"Mayflower in Plymouth Harbor," by William Halsall, 1882 at Pilgrim Hall Museum, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

Brezhoneg: "Mayflower e porzh-mor Aberplymm" gant William Halsall, 1882
Cymraeg: "Mayflower ym mhorth Plymouth" gan William Halsall, 1882
Deutsch: "Mayflower im Hafen von Plymouth" von William Halsall, 1882
Español: "Mayflower en el Puerto de Plymouth" por William Halsall, 1882
Esperanto: "Mayflower en la marhaveno de Plymouth" William Halsall, 1882
Français : "Mayflower dans le port de Plymouth" par William Halsall, 1882
Gaeilge: "An Mayflower i gCuan Plymouth" le William Halsall, 1882
Italiano: "Mayflower nel porto della Plymouth" da William Halsall, 1882
Polski: "Mayflower w zatoce Plymouth" Williama Halsalla, 1882
Русский: "Мейфлауэр в гавани Плимоф" Вильям Халсалл, 1882
Date 1882
date QS:P571,+1882-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Source/Photographer Pilgrim Hall Museum

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