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In July of 1936 the Pilgrim John Howland Society began to publish our quarterly newsletter the Howland Quarterly. Now over 76 volumes of the Quarterly exist.

The main objects of this publication are (1) to bring our members closer together, for, after all, we are one large family; (2) to present to you the many interesting items relating to the Howlands—past and present—and (3) notices of our meetings, the work we are doing and our plans for developing the PJHS.

Below are articles from past issues of the Howland Quarterly that should be of interest to you. In addition, much of the material of this web site is culled from the past issues of the Howland Quarterly and are written by our members to help celebrate and to educate about our ancestors' achievements and lives.

Howland Spoon (2)

By James Deetz Spoons are among the more common artifacts found in Old Colony archaeological sites of the seventeenth century. The archaeological collections at Plimoth Plantation, recovered from seven sites in Plymouth, Kingston and Marshfield, contain a good sample of spoons which illustrate th...

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Howland Spoon

By James Deetz Spoons are among the more common artifacts found in Old Colony archaeological sites of the seventeenth century. The archaeological collections at Plimoth Plantation, recovered from seven sites in Plymouth, Kingston and Marshfield, contain a good sample of spoons which illustra...

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