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If you need these ask your librarain to help you find a copy.] "In 1621 Edward Winslow reported to a friend back in England concerning the Plymouth settlement that "our Bay is full of Lobsters all the Summer." In Salem a few years later, Francis Higginson observed that "the least Boy in the Plantation may both catch and eat what he will of" lobters.

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People who lived near water (oceans, seas, lakes, rivers) naturally took advantage of the foods offered by these resources.

Culinary evidence confirms lobsters were known to ancient Romans and Greeks.

Higginson reported some weighing twenty-five pounds. But lobsters were not always a welcome sight on early colonial tables.

As noted above, in 1623 Governor Bradford complained of having only lobster to serve visitors...

These foods weren't "discovered" (like early people "discovered" some corn popped if placed near the fire) but noticed.

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