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Mayflower Passengers foldout with those who survived the first year—folds to 8 1/2" x 11"

Mayflower Passengers foldout with those who survived the first year—folds to 8 1/2" x 11"

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This piece, which is 22" W x 8 1/2" H when it is unfolded, has all of the information on the Mayflower Passengers poster in a convenient size since it folds down to 8 1/2" x 11".

In addition, it has historical information on the back, including the Mayflower Compact and the names of the people who signed it as well as images of pages from Bradford's journal. This piece contains the most current information from the Pilgrim Hall Museum, including passenger details that have been updated based on research for the 400th anniversary. 

It is printed on 10 pt cardstock so it's durable and it folds out to 22" W x 8 1/2".

Note that the names and other information on the front are small, so if you have a difficult time reading small text or want it to be as easy to read as a poster, you will want to get the poster instead.

Thank you for your support of this educational foldout.

— Lee Wright | Founder | The History List | History Camp | The Pursuit of History

This copyrighted work is offered through a special arrangement with The Pilgrim Hall Museum, which receives a portion of the proceeds from each foldout and poster sold. If you see this on Amazon, Etsy, Redbubble, or similar sites, the person selling it is ripping off the Museum's copyrighted work. Please let us know and we will contact the platform and request that the item be removed.

Also available, "Voyage of the Mayflower" collection. An original design created by artist Larry Stuart in a woven blanket, shirts, sweatshirt, cards, sticker, and magnet.

Size: Folds out to 22" W x 8 1/2" H. Folds down to  11” W x 8 1/2" H

About the paper weight and printing process: Printed on a 10 pt. Cardstock matte using standard inks. 

This foldout print is a part of our "History Lover" Small poster and print collection  with 8 bestselling prints and posters and where you can save as much as $20.

Also available, large 24" x 36" Mayflower Passengers Poster with the same graphic of the passengers. Save $5.00 when you buy both the large poster and the foldout print.

We interviewed Donna Curtin, the Executive Director of the Pilgrim Hall Museum, on November 24. You can watch a recording of that interview, which includes questions from the audience.

Donna’s institution is the one behind the striking images on the poster and we worked closely with her on the development of the foldout. Donna has her PhD. in American History from Brown University. Early in her career, she was an interpreter at Plimoth Plantation. The Pilgrim Hall Museum is the country's oldest continually-operating public museum.

This interview was part of an ongoing series of “History Camp” interviews with noted authors and historians Thursday nights at 8 pm (Eastern). They are streamed live at

I hope you'll also join us Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 8 pm (Eastern) for a live interview with author and historian Linda Coombs (Aquinnah Wampanoag) about the Native American experience. Linda will discuss the Wampanoag’s experience with the pilgrims’ arrival we well as the effects of an epidemic that swept through and devastated the region just before the pilgrims arrived.

Linda is an author and historian from the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah), the program director for the Aquinnah Cultural Center, and a Plymouth 400 Inc board member.

More information on the individuals and families pictured

This poster shows the passengers aboard the Mayflower during its trans-Atlantic voyage of September 6 – November 9, 1620, the majority of whom became the settlers of Plymouth Colony in what is now Massachusetts.

"The Mayflower launched with 102 passengers - 74 male and 28 female - and a crew headed by Master Christopher Jones. About half of these emigrants died in the first winter. 
There were five Mayflower passengers who died at sea in November/December 1620. Those passengers were followed by forty-five passengers who perished in the bitter first winter of 1620/21. The Mayflower colonists suffered greatly during their first winter in the New World from lack of shelter, scurvy, and general conditions on board the ship.
Many Americans can trace their ancestry back to one or more of these individuals who, 'Saints' and 'Strangers' together, would become known as the Pilgrims."

View the original list of passengers (PDF, 2.6Mb) from the handwritten manuscript of Gov. William Bradford, written up about 1651 (file link is to the State Library of Massachusetts).

This outstanding graphic was created for Pilgrim Hall Museum, which holds the world’s most significant collection of original Pilgrim possessions.

We’re able to offer this through a special arrangement with the museum. We appreciate the opportunity to bring it to a much larger audience of history lovers.

Source: and Wikipedia

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