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The Society had some important documents returned to us after conservation a few weeks ago.

Sandra Sauers, the Houston Colony Educational Chairman of Texas Society of Mayflower Descendants, sent a fantastic idea to the GSMD Junior Committee this week about what they have done to promote Pilgrims in schools. The Pilgrim Mini Museum Box is the perfect addition to a classroom where the students know about Thanksgiving - but do not have too much knowledge of the Pilgrims themselves. 

Need to renew your Mayflower Journal subscription for 2017? Click here to download the renewal form to print out and mail in. You can also renew over the phone by calling GSMD Sales Director Debbie Sirois at 508-746-5058.
Questions about your subscription? Email Membership Services Manager Georgi Hess at Membership@theMayflowerSociety.org.

The Mayflower Society uses many abbreviations on its website and in the Quarterly. What do they all mean? 

17426195 1459564617441100 462049277246519546 nToday marks the 100th anniversary of America's entry into World War I--"The War to end all Wars." President Woodrow Wilson asked for a declaration of war against Germany before a joint session of Congress on April 2, 1917, and both the Senate (April 4th) and House (April 6th) passed War resolutions. Americans quickly rallied to the cause, and joined in the popular chorus of George M. Cohan's hit song "Over There" that "We won't come back till it's over, Over there."
During this tumultuous period in our history, the Governor General of the Mayflower Society was General Leonard Wood--a Medal of Honor winner who had a distinguished career with the United States Army. 

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