News & Events
The Fall 2018 issue of the Mayflower Journal will be the final edition of this publication. The Mayflower Society has decided to discontinue this publication in order to reunite the Journal’s content with the Mayflower Quarterly Magazine, in the same way it has been traditionally published since 1935.
Are you planning a visit to Plymouth this Thanksgiving?
If you are, then, as a Mayflower descendant, you and members of your family are invited to take part in the Pilgrim Progress. Participants, including local Plymouth citizens, Mayflower descendants and their guests from all walks of life, will dress in costume to represent one of the 51 Pilgrim survivors of that first winter in the New World.
The General Society is excited to announce the fourth annual Pilgrim Academic Research Award recipient, dedicated Mayflower author and researcher Susan E. Roser. The award was presented to Susan during the 1620 Club Banquet in September 2018.
Made up of the Society’s most passionate supporters, the Governor General’s 1620 Club has given the Mayflower Society opportunity to fund unbudgeted items of need during a given year. Thanks to the 2017-2018 1620 Club Members, GSMD was able to successfully remove the historic balustrade on our headquarters, the 18th century Mayflower Society House, in Plymouth. Without this timely action, future New England snow storms would have destroyed the roof and significantly damaged our beloved house.