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According to legend, Mayflower Pilgrim Priscilla Mullins Alden was a woman who spoke her mind. Today, her descendants are paying tribute to her with a special event that honors exceptional women in Priscilla's honor– the Speak for Thyself Awards.
Register now for 2019, 2020, or 2021 to ride in the Thanksgiving parade in Plymouth, MA!
This week Pilgrim Hall Museum welcomed Dr. Jeremy Bangs, author, historian and director of the Leiden American Pilgrim Center, who presented a lecture on the worldview of the Pilgrims as revealed by the books they owned, read, and chose to carry with them to the New World.
Knowing your roots is your truth, and adds stability to your life, no matter where those roots lead...
The upcoming commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the landing of the Mayflower in the New World in 1620 may not be kicking off until 2020, officially, but some events are already underway. This week in Boston, both the Pilgrims and the Native Americans who met them in Plymouth received special artistic tributes: a replica ship and an installation honoring the Wampanoag Nation.