Pilgrim Grove, Colorado Springs, CO, USA
Posted by: ronjean
N 38° 50.366 W 104° 49.709
13S E 514885 N 4298972
Quick Description: A grove planted to honor the Pilgrims who came to the new world seeking religious freedom
Location: Colorado, United States
Date Posted: 6/20/2011 3:45:17 PM
Waymark Code: WMBTP8
This grove of 13 trees was planted in 1948, so it is difficult to determine which of the trees are the original ones. This area is near The Colorado College and is alongside Monument Creek.
The plaque reads "THESE THIRTEEN TREES HONORING THE FOUNDERS OF THE ORIGINAL COLONIES AND THIS ROCK SYMBOLIZING PLYMOUTH ROCK, WERE PLACED HERE BY THE COLORADO SPRINGS CHAPTER N.S.D.A.C. 1948
STATE REGENT MRS. DAVID SALMON
CHAPTER REGENT MISS JEAN K. CASE
Who placed it?: N.S.D.A.C.
When was it placed?: 1948
Who is honored?: Founders of 13 original colonies
Website about the Monument: Not listed
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