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From the time the Pilgrims first in 1620 stretched their legs on the friendly soil of Cape Cod, at Provincetown, to the Revolution that began in the year 1775, men and women of Cape Cod played a vital, patriotic part in the growth of our people from small, weak colonies to a great, prosperous nation, the United States.

Not many tangible evidences, such as battlegrounds, forts, or war vessels home for good from their patriotic exploits and thrilling successes on the sea, nor even dwelling places of those earlier Cape Codders remain, but the Cape has inherited from that heroic - and colorful period unfading memories of great events and of great men and women who made them great. The old spirit of adventure, zeal, patriotism, and loyalty to American principles lives on, here. Cape Cod has a glorious past, a worthy present. Every town and village from the Canal to the Cape’s tip is vibrant with historic and present-day interest.

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Posted by Cape Cod - (website) on 02/10/06
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