Partnership of the Historic Bostons Presents: Into the Wilderness: Leadership in Early New England
Date: Wednesday, September 23, at 7:00 pm. All fall lectures by Zoom. Registration required: see For More Information link.
A immersive exploration of the relationship between Plimoth Colony's Governor Bradford and Mass Bay Colony's Governor Winthrop.
2 governors. 2 colonies. 4 moments that defined a decade. Join expert staff from Plimoth-Patuxet (formerly Plimoth Plantation) and the Center for 17th-Century Studies at Plimoth for an immersive exploration of the complicated relationship between Plymouth Colony's William Bradford and Massachusetts Bay Colony's John Winthrop. Delving into their personal correspondence and published writings from the 1630s, Plimoth brings its unique approach to living history to bear in an exploration of each man's unique approach to leadership and community in New England's earliest decades.
Hilary Goodnow, Associate Director, Education & Outreach/Center for 17th-Century Studies at Plimoth, serves as the Associate Director of Education & Outreach and Center for 17th-century Studies at Plimoth-Patuxet (formerly Plimoth Plantation). She holds an MA in Public History from North Carolina State University and a BA in History and Museum Studies from Connecticut College. Ms. Goodnow is a Public Historian specializing in engaging, immersive, and thought-provoking historic and cultural exhibits, programs, and living history experiences for diverse audiences.