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Lunch & Learn: The Development of Welfare Policy in Colonial America (Speak...
Thu, July 6, 2017, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
Jennifer Turner is a doctoral candidate in history at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, where she is working on a dissertation that analyzes the development of welfare policies in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts during the colonial period. Come join us at Plimoth Plantation on Thursday, July 6th to hear about Jen's work and her study of Welfare Policy in Colonial America.
Jennifer Turner graduated from Bates College with a degree in history and also obtained her master's degree in history from the University of Connecticut. Jen also worked at Plimoth Plantation, as an interpreter on Mayflower II and as an intern, in both the Education and Development departments. She is a part-time faculty member in the history department at Bridgewater State University and is currently a colonial interpreter at the Paul Revere House in Boston.
What can I bring into the event?
You may bring a bagged lunch or snack to enjoy while you experience the lecture series. We have Patuxet Cafe, in the Visitor Center, which is open during our operating season (mid-March through November), and is not open in the Winter. You can view the Patuxet Cafe menu, on our website: http://www.plimoth.org/plan-your-visit/shop-dine/dining-functions.
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