Saturday, Oct 19, 2019 10:00a -
Park Street Station
Boston, MA 02108
Lectures & Conferences
Join Partnership of Historic Bostons on a journey through the history of the third generation of Puritans, survivors of Kind Philip's War.
The Third Generation visits historical sites related to Boston’s leadership, the diversity of its residents, and its incendiaries after 1650--including a Praying Indian who met the King, the confusion and revolution of Puritan society after King Philip’s War, and a free Black woman homeowner in Boston in 1670.
This event is presented by Partnership of Historic Bostons. PHB, a nonprofit volunteer organization founded in 1999, celebrates the extraordinary legacy of the Puritan founders of Boston and New England, and preserves their unique historical connection to Boston, England. All are welcome to our free Charter Day walking tours, lectures, events, and discussions.
To learn more about PHB, please visit http://www.historicbostons.org/
Image: Metacom (King Philip), Wampanoag sachem, meeting settlers, illustration c. 1911.
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (Digital file no. cph 3c00678)