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Oregon Article on Mayflower Book!

By August 30, 2020January 31st, 2023News

July 2020 News Blast

by Beth Lambright, Governor, Oregon Society of Mayflower Descendants

Many of you may have seen the Mayflower Quarterly last month and Oregon Society of Mayflower Descendants member Rebecca Locklear’s…The Mayflower at Cape Cod curriculum  for grades 6-12.

I know some of you will be having to school your children at home this fall or perhaps you are the grandparent of grandchildren who will have to be homeschooled.

As a former teacher, I’ve been reading this unit study and Rebecca’s activities that she has planned around her well-researched history have looked really fun!

And….I can’t believe how many new things I’ve learned!

So, if this is a resource you would like to own for your family, you can contact Rebecca at or you can find a digital copy at this website:

View  additional reviews HERE  from public and homeschool teachers!!

“Every lesson is crazy juicy with intriguing material.”  Richie Soares, Educator

The Mayflower anchored off Cape Cod in 1620 for five weeks. How did the Pilgrims find food? In what ways did Natives respond?