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Alden House, Plymouth Women and the Birth of the American Dairy Business
Join early American scholar David A. Furlow as he re-examines the important but often overlooked lives the women of Alden House and Plymouth Colony played in creating the American dairy business in this virtual talk on Friday, October 29 at noon. Using photos and studies of artifacts found during archaeological excavations at the original Alden House in Duxbury, the Allerton/Cushman dairy farm in Kingston, the Harlow Fort House in Plymouth, and St. John's Site in Historic St. Mary's City, Maryland, David places women at the heart of Plymouth, New England and American history in this fascinating presentation. Furlow is a trustee of Pilgrim Hall, attorney, archaeological-journalist and co-author with wife Lisa Pennington of the forthcoming book "The Odyssey of Isaac Allerton, Rebel Pilgrim. This talk is sponsored by the Alden Kindred of America.

Oct 29, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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David A. Furlow
David is an attorney in Texas, a trustee of Pilgrim Hall, archaeological-journalist and co-author with wife Lisa Pennington of the forthcoming book "The Odyssey of Isaac Allerton, Rebel Pilgrim."