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Learn how your family can sleep in a Pilgrim house, how kids can spend a week this summer learning about the Wampanoag, or how you can invite a Pilgrim or Native museum teacher to your classroom. You can even play a fun Thanksgiving activity, or find out if you're related to a Pilgrim.
Look below for all of the great ways you can learn at Plimoth Plantation.
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Plimoth Plantation is a great place for kids, adults, families, schools and groups to have a powerful experience of the past. From hands-on workshops to overnights to outreach programs, we have a program that’s right for you.
For more information on Plimoth Plantation programs, call (508) 746-1622 ext. 8359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for more information? We have all kinds of historical resources for you, including an online Thanksgiving activity, a Thanksgiving Virtual Field Trip, information about Pilgrim ancestry, Collections and Archaeology information, and historical essays just for kids.
Teacher resources and professional development opportunities. Working on a Teaching American History (TAH) project? We can help plan an unforgettable experience.
Kids can visit here to read kid-friendly articles about the families, food, clothing, and pastimes of the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag. Don’t let the name fool you! Adults are welcome too.
Think you're related to a Pilgrim? Plymouth and Patuxet Ancestors is a great place to learn about Pilgrim families, geneaology and the Wampanoag, and the lives of Pilgrim children.
Visit here to discover some of the unique artifacts, both Native and European, in the Museum’s collection.
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Sometime between September 21 and November 9, 1621, the English and the Wampanoag people shared a harvest celebration...Buy Online
This book attempts to provide accurate and objective information about the Pilgrims and addresses many of the common misconceptions and controversies about them.Buy Online
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