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  • The Mayflower and Me K-12 curriculum is a MUST for all educators, schools and organizations throughout the world, a MUST for adventurers searching myths and misconceptions in history.

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  • Put our Pilgrim fathers into the context of history. Discover contemporaries and other world events in relation to their place in time.

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  • Curious about whether or not you may be descended from a Mayflower passenger? See our List of passengers with the surnames found in the first three generations after landing included.

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  • Once a quarter the SMDPA publishes its award-winning newsletter, The Pennsylvania Mayflower newsletter.

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  • Anyone who can document his or her lineage from one of the following twenty-nine Mayflower passengers is eligible to apply for membership.

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  • The history of Pilgrims and Puritans in 17th century New England reflects events in the reformation of English politics and religion.

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Sue Allan "In Search of Scrooby Manor" August 23, 2014

In Search of Scrooby Manor

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.

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From the Governor Norm Robinson Remembered

Norm Robinson (1928-2014)
Norm Robinson (1928-2014)

On March 26, 2014, Past SMDPA Governor Norman P. Robinson was taken from us. His presence, long a resource to all of the Society is sorely missed and the loss is felt by many in the Society in many different ways.

He was the youngest of three children born to Andrew F. and Anita P. Robinson in Philadelphia, PA on November 22, 1928. Norm grew up in Swarthmore, PA and graduated from Friends Central High School in 1946. After graduating from Principia College in Elsah, IL in 1951, he entered the U.S. Army serving at Fort Benning, GA and Fort Knox, KY where he taught land mine removal to young recruits.

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