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During Mayflower Congress in September, the Education Committee will be holding a book discussion on Making Haste from Babylon: The Mayflower Pilgrims and Their World: a New History by Nick Bunker on Sunday, September 10 from 7 - 8 PM. Click here to login and check out the full Congress schedule.

Ms. June Ayres of Worcester, MA recently donated a folk painting of the Pilgrim Embarkation from Plymouth on 6 September 1620. 

Rendered by artist Albert E. Clayton of Plymouth, England for the 350th anniversary in 1970, June purchased it while on a return trip to Plymouth, where she grew up.

Check back as our event calendar will be updated often!
If you have any questions, please email ExecutiveAsst@TheMayflowerSociety.org.

All events take place at the Mayflower Society House at 4 Winslow St, Plymouth, MA unless otherwise stated.

 

Are you planning a visit to Plymouth this summer?
If you are, then, as a Mayflower descendant, you and members of your family are invited to take part in the Pilgrim Progress in August 2017! 

Brenton Simons, President and CEO of NEHGS and Lea Sinclair Filson, Governor General of GSMD sign a joint agreement for its first partnership.
NEGHS will publish and index generation five of the Silver Book Collection on AmericanAncestors.org. This will encourage applications from new members as well as book sales.

The first meeting between the Mass 400 commissioners and stakeholders holding events for the anniversary was held on January 24, 2017.

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