383 years ago, John Endicott planted a pear sapling in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The tree had been tenderly nursed across the Atlantic along with a number of compatriots intended for planting in the New World, to provide the settlers with the familiar tastes and looks of home.  See full article.

  383 years ago, John Endicott planted a pear sapling in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The tree had been tenderly nursed across the Atlantic along with a number of compatriots intended for planting in the New World, to provide the settlers with the familiar tastes and looks of home.  See full article.