What’s the value of a women’s work? Attention fans of Women’s history and the history of Plymouth! On Tuesday, June 26th, two scholars from Texas – editor David Furlow and attorney Lisa Pennington – will present a lecture on how women impacted the success of Plymouth Colony and the legacy they leave behind. People of all ages are welcome to learn about another side of history.

The location?  Our beautiful Pilgrim Hall Museum.

The doors open at 6:00 for light refreshments. The lecture begins at 6:30 and concludes at 7:30. No reservations for the lecture are needed, but seating is limited, so seats are on a first come first serve basis. The lecture is free for anyone to attend.  Details, directions, and event URL at our calendar – Plymouth’s most comprehensive events calendar: https://thingstodoinplymouthma.com/event/how-pilgrim-womens-work-saved-plymouth-colony/

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