The Archaeology of Plymouth Colony
Dates: October 18 - November 15, 2023
Meets: W from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Registration fee: $119.00
Learn about the history and archaeology of Plymouth Colony, from before the colonists' arrival to 1691 (the year Plymouth merged with Massachusetts Bay Colony). Topics include the Indigenous peoples of Massachusetts, the establishment of the colony, evidence for the "first" Thanksgiving, trade and smuggling, and King Phillip's War.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Registration fee||$ 119.00|
Elizabeth Tarulis earned a B.A. degree in archaeology from Cornell University in 2015 and an M.A. in historical archaeology from the University of Massachusetts Boston in 2020. Her thesis looked at trade networks using ceramics from three Plymouth colony archaeological sites. Tarulis is now working on a Ph.D. in archaeology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her research focuses on trade and colonialism in the 17th century Atlantic.
|10/18/2023||Wednesday||6 PM to 8 PM|
|10/25/2023||Wednesday||6 PM to 8 PM|
|11/01/2023||Wednesday||6 PM to 8 PM|
|11/08/2023||Wednesday||6 PM to 8 PM|
|11/15/2023||Wednesday||6 PM to 8 PM|