33 Leyden Street
33 Leyden Street is designated on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior. The property features a tablet erected by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to mark the site of the first house built by the Pilgrims. In that house on February 27th, 1621, the right of popular suffrage was excersized and Myles Standish was chosen Captain by a majority vote. On or near this site, April 21, 1621, the memorable treaty with Massasoit was made.
Leyden Preservation Group intends to develop this site as a headquarters dedicated to: