This is one of the largest Holly Trees in the world at about 65 feet high. This particular tree was just a sapling when the pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock. It was just a sprig when the Susquehannock Indians dominated this area. It holds historic meaning on this site as a sprig is taken from its branches each year to commemorate the history of the museum site.
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