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First 50 Yrs: Pennsylvania Mayflower Society
August 23, 2014 @ 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
We have been invited to have a table and present our book/screenplay and doc film project “THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS: Freedom and Friendship at Plymouth Plantation at the Pennsylvania Mayflower Society’s important event: Sue Allan “In Search of Scrooby Manor”.
Join fellow Mayflower Descendants, Historians, Genealogists, England Researchers, and History Teachers…open to all interested…
Mark your calendars!
World renowned author, historian, documentary advisor, consultant on English history and genealogy, Sue Allan will be crossing the Atlantic for a one time presentation and book signing in Lancaster, PA.
Tables: Silent Auction, Free Book Signing with Sue Allan, Debbie Yingst, GSMD Insignia Chair, Andrew CameronBailey and Connie Baxter Marlow writers/documentary filmmakers – “The First Fifty Years”, Masthof Press, Free Giveaways at door, Lunch Buffet, and much more… Click here for more info
Sue Allan, author of “In Search of Scrooby Manor”
The First Fifty Years: Freedom and Friendship at Plymouth Plantation
The project brings America’s origin story into balance, honoring the Mayflower Pilgrims and the Indians for their role in the evolution of democracy and the American mind and spirit.
Please click here for exciting news: FIRST FIFTY YEARS – We are Rolling!
Here are the highlights of the perspective we are bringing:
There is a core wound in the heart of America. The inspiring story of The First Fifty Years is shrouded in misinformation and misbelief, leading to anger, blame, shame and guilt. Consequently, this nation is morally paralyzed. America was founded by visionaries who articulated a vision for humanity in its freedom documents: The Mayflower Compact, The Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. What is not known or understood is that it was a synthesis between the settlers and the Native Americans that evolved into democracy and the American mind and spirit.