The newly renovated replica of the historic ship was expected to make a celebratory journey home this summer, but COVID-19 had different plans.
The story of the Pilgrims’ journey 400 years ago, and the voyage of Mayflower II in 1957, are still sources of inspiration today.
As much as nine-tenths of the indigenous population of the Americas died in less than a generation from European pathogens.
Strictly speaking, the high-spirited gathering was a harvest festival, not a thanksgiving.
The broad expanse of ocean that separated Plymouth from Mother England helped create a novel experiment in democracy that grew as the American colonies expanded.
Did the Fathers in 1620 really land on that famous slab of granite? Through the haze of myth that surround it, a profound truth may be dimly seen