Additional Resources

Beaudry, Mary C, Karin J. Goldstein, and Craig Chartier
2003 Archaeology of the Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts. Avalon Chronicles 8:155- 185.

Bello, Grace
2019, August 3. ‘Evolution of Glass Consumption in New England.’ Presentation at the 119th Annual Meeting of the Alden Kindred. 

Deetz, James
1977 In Small Things Forgotten. Anchor Books, New York.

Deetz, James and Patricia Scott Deetz
1998 Vernacular House Forms in 17th-Century Plymouth Colony: An Analysis of Evidence from the Plymouth Colony Room-by-Room Probate Inventories, 1633-1685. Plymouth Colony Archive Project, University of Illinois, Urbana. <;.
2001 The Times of Their Lives: Life, Love, and Death in Plymouth Colony. Anchor Books, New York.

Furlow, David
2021, October 25. Alden House, Plymouth Women, and the Birth of the American Dairy Business. Virtual talk.

Gardiner, Caroline
2017 ‘Household Activities and Areas: A Reanalysis of the John and Priscilla First Home Site.’ Master’s thesis. University of Massachusetts Boston.
2017, August 5. ‘Household Activities and Areas: A Reanalysis of the John and Priscilla First Home Site.’ Presentation at the 117th Annual Meeting of the Alden Kindred.

Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum
2002 Colonial and Post-Colonial Ceramics. Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory, Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum.

Largy, Tonya Baroody and Mitchell T. Mulholland
2010 Pilgrim Subsistence: A Seventeenth-Century Profile from the John and Priscilla Alden House, Duxbury, Massachusetts. In Nantucket and Other Native Places: The Legacy of Elizabeth Alden Little, Elizabeth S. Chilton and Mary Lynne Rainey, editors, pp. 103-118. SUNY Press, Albany, NY.

Linebaugh, Donald W.
2005 The Man Who Found Thoreau: Roland Robbins and the Rise of Historical Archaeology in America. University of New Hampshire Press, Durham, NH.

McCarthy, Tom
2007 Alden, John and Priscilla, Family Sites. NPS Form 10-900. National Register of Historic Places Landmark Nomination and Registration Form. US Department of the Interior. Washington, DC.

Mulholland, Mitchell T.
2000 An Interdisciplinary Study of the John Alden Houses, 1627 and 1653, Duxbury, Massachusetts: Archaeology and Architecture. In The Archaeological Northeast. Mary Ann Levine, Kenneth E. Sassaman, and Michael S. Nassaney, editors, pp. 235-248.

National Park Service
2013 Alden, John and Priscilla, Family Sites. National Register Digital Assets. National Register of Historic Places, NP Gallery. National Park Service.

O’Neill, Stephen C.
2021, July 30. ‘Exploring the World of John and Priscilla Alden.’ A Virtual Talk.

Pilgrim Hall Museum
2012 John Alden: Beyond the Pilgrim Story. Pilgrim Hall Museum, Plymouth, MA.

Robbins, Roland Wells
1969 Pilgrim John Alden’s Progress: Archaeological Excavations in Duxbury. Pilgrim Society, Plymouth, MA.

Tarulis, Elizabeth 2019, October 10. ‘Global Perspective: What ceramics can tell us about trade in Plymouth Colony.’ Presentation at the 117th Annual Meeting of the Alden Kindred.

Tarulis, Elizabeth and Mark Jacobson
2018, October 6. “Digging John Alden” Presentation at the Duxbury Library.