Rebecca Fraser talked about her book The Mayflower, in which she provides a history of the Mayflower voyage and the lives of settlers through the eyes of the Winslows, a Puritan family that traveled to America in 1620.
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Donna Curtin Executive Director Pilgrim Hall Museum
- Rebecca Fraser Author
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