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During the summer of 2015, GSMD is hosting two undergraduate student interns to assist the Plymouth staff across many departments while they learn about our Society and the day-to-day aspects of working for a non-profit. Over the past few weeks, Philip "PJ" Pane, a rising Junior at Gettysburg College, and Michael Jordan, a rising Senior at Framingham State University, have been working in the Mayflower Society House with Head Docent Judy MacDonald. Read Michael's reflection on his internship so far and what it was like to lead his first tour of the Mayflower Society House.
Take part in a special Pilgrim tradition this summer! On the first four Friday evenings in August, Mayflower descendants are invited to join the Pilgrim Progress, a reenactment of the Pilgrims' procession to church, which has been an annual event in Plymouth since 1921.
The Plymouth Historical Alliance (PHA) will partner with General Society of Mayflower Descendants and others to host Pirates Ashore in Plymouth, a free program of Pirate and Pilgrim fun for all ages.
Watch a band of legendary pirates sail into Plymouth Harbor on Saturday, May 16, 2015 to reenact the historic spring of 1646, when a crew of 80 English pirates descended on the quiet Pilgrim town.
Later in the day, visit the Pirate Encampment at the Mayflower Society House, 4 Winslow Street, Plymouth for reenactments of reveling and feasting, musket and pike drills, and swordplay.
MUCH AWAITED ELDER WILLIAM BREWSTER GENEALOGY VOLUME IS RELEASED BY GENERAL SOCIETY OF MAYFLOWER DESCENDANTS' 'GSMD SILVER BOOKS' SERIES
A leader in Pilgrim genealogy research, The Mayflower Society has published its latest genealogy resource book, volume 24 of the 'GSMD Silver Books' series, The Descendants of Elder William Brewster, Part 1, Generations 1 through 4, written by Barbara Lambert Merrick and edited by Scott Andrew Bartley.