Colton Priscilla Alden Pilgrim Orange Citrus Fruit Crate Label Art Print For Sale
Colton, San Bernardino County, CA - Priscilla with John Alden Pilgrim Thanksgiving SunkistOrangeCitrus Fruit Crate Box Label Advertising Art Print. Priscilla was most likely born inDorkinginSurrey, the daughter ofWilliamand Alice Mullins. Priscilla was an eighteen-year-old girl when she boarded theMayflower.She lost her parents and her brother Joseph during the first winter in Plymouth.She was then the only one of her family in theNew World, although she had another brother and a sister who remained inEngland. She spun wool and flax for the colony, taught children, and helped with the cooking.
John Alden and Priscilla Mullins were likely the third couple to be married in Plymouth Colony.William Bradford’s marriage to Alice Carpenter on August 14, 1624, is known to be the fourth.The first was that of Edward Winslow and Susannah White in 1621. Francis Eaton’s marriage to his second wife, Dorothy, maidservant to the Carvers, was possibly the second.
Priscilla is last recorded in the records in 1650, but oral tradition states that she died only a few years before her husband (which would be about 1680). She lies buried at theMiles Standish Burial GroundinDuxbury, Massachusetts. While the exact location of her grave is unknown, there is a marker honoring her.
Printed onhighest quality stock soft glosspaper. Actual image dimensions are approximately 10 x 11 inches. This is a fine reproduction of an extremely rare California Citrus Crate Label originally printed in the early 1900's.
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Colton Priscilla Alden Pilgrim Orange Citrus Fruit Crate Label Art Print: $10