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Photo of the Day: Census List from a Native Church

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Pilgrim Hall Museum has an amazing collection of Colonial material, including this rare document from 1693.

This extremely rare document is the Census List of the Pompposhpissit (Herring Pond, South Plymouth) Native Congregation of 1693, from the Pilgrim Hall Museum Archives, currently on display in Written, Printed, & Drawn. The congregation had 226 members over the age of 10, all Native and listed by head of family, like Squaoppetan with 4, Samsson Waapnut with 5 and Paul Quoi with 3 family members each. Captain Thomas Tupper (1637/8-1706) of Sandwich, who assisted building a meetinghouse for the congregation, conducted the census.

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