Please join the Mayflower Society for a Virtual Lecture with Plymouth Historian James W. Baker, who will be sharing from his new book, Made in America: The Pilgrim Story and How It Grew.
Plymouth Historian and Author James W. Baker received a BSc. from Boston University and a MLS from University of Rhode Island. He served as Research Librarian and Director of Research at Plimoth Plantation from 1975 to 2001, and Curator at the Alden House Historic Site in Duxbury, 2002 to 2009. Now retired, he has published several titles on Plymouth and the Pilgrims, including: Thanksgiving: The Biography of an American Holiday; A Guide to Historic Plymouth; Alden House History: A Work in Progress; as well as edited Robert Cushman’s Cry of a Stone. A Plymouth native, Baker lives in the fifth-generation family house with his wife, Peggy M. Baker, Director Emerita of Pilgrim Hall Museum.
GSMD is pleased to announce the Mayflower Society House Virtual Lecture Series, beginning in Spring 2021! These lectures are FREE and open to the public, and will cover a variety of Mayflower Pilgrim-related topics, including their odyssey, their life and times, their maritime experience and, of course, genealogy. Monthly webinar lecture events will be hosted by the Mayflower Society on the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm ET.
Please plan to join us, and enjoy learning more about Mayflower Pilgrim and genealogy topics from the comfort of your home.