When interest in the Pilgrims began in the 19th century, no one knew what their houses looked like. This led early researchers to draw on what they knew from standing structures. Archaeology has shed light on what houses like John and Priscilla’s “First Site” home really looked like. Join archaeologist Craig Chartier on Friday, January 19 at noon for an online talk as he explores how Pilgrim structures have been interpreted with a special emphasis on archaeological findings and historical gleanings from the past quarter century. A well known archaeologist on the South Shore and Cape Cod, Craig has worked on sites that range from Paleoindian to an early 20th-century cemetery. His specialties are bone analysis, the seventeenth century and public education. Click here to register for this Zoom talk. https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_0kZ3jmaXTSuDybGLBhklVw