National Geographic : 1929 May
THE CONVICT SETTLEMENT AT PRINCETOWN LOOMS COLD AND FORBIDDING (SEE TEXT, PAGE 563) Photographs by A.W. Cutler ON HISTORIC PLYMOUTH QUAYS BUSY WORKERS CLEAN DOGFISH A settlement along the shores of Sutton Pool, a creek of the Catwater, was the beginning of this famous city. The harbor isstill lined on two sides with landing places paved with ancient stone blocks, upon which trawlers discharge their cargoes andsell them on the spot. From the Barbican, in the southwest corner of the Pool, the Pilgrim Fathers set sail in the Mayflower for America (see text, page 550, and illustration, page 564).