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History of Idaho, Volume 1, by Hiram T. French, M.S.
The Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago and New York 1914, Page 198
NEW PLYMOUTH (Page 198)
New Plymouth is in the heart of the Payette Valley, located on the branch of the Short Line Railway which connects Payette and Emmett.
It is surrounded by the finest of fruit lands and its people, for sturdiness and integrity, may be likened to those other brave pioneers who many years ago landed at old Plymouth on the coast of New England.
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