Plymouth 400th Anniversary Roundtable

Mayflower in Plymouth Harbor, William Halsall, 1882

This roundtable discussion commemorates the voyage of the Mayflower, which took a group of English Puritans from Plymouth in Devon to what would become Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620. The colony established there by the so-called Pilgrim Fathers was the second permanent British colony in North America.

Speakers:

  • Peter Mancall (University of Southern California/Queen's College, Oxford)
  • Jo Loosemore (The Box, Plymouth, UK)
  • Trevor Burnard (University of Hull)
  • Sarah Schuetze (University of Wisconsin-Green Bay)
  • Chair: Sonia Tycko (RAI)

 

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