1910 — Pilgrim Monument, Provincetown, MA
In 1906 the General Society recommended that each State Mayflower Society contribute a suitably engraved stone for insertion in the proposed monument. President Theodore Roosevelt laid the cornerstone in 1907, and on 5 August 1910 the completed 252' monument was dedicated by President William Howard Taft. It was then second in height only to the Washington Monument. The doorstep of the Eastham, MA, home of Plymouth Colony Governor (1634 and frequently thereafter) Thomas Prence is in the threshold of the west entrance. http://www.pilgrim-monument.org
1960 — Pilgrim Memorial Highway, Massachusetts
Twenty-one years after the General Society endeavored to promote plans for a "Pilgrim Memorial Parkway" from Marshfield to Provincetown, Massachusetts Route 3A was finally named "Pilgrims Highway" with the signing into law of a Bill by Governor Furculo.