Leo MartinLeo Martin has been the Director of Education and the Curator for the Jenney Museum in Plymouth since 2004. He has researched and written all of the educational programs for the Museum. Mr. Martin has been giving walking tours and other educational tours in Plymouth since 2000. As a known historian, he has been speaking to groups all over New England regarding the history of the Pilgrims and the influence they had on the forming of the government we have today. Leo has been married to his wife Nancy for 39 years, lives in Plymouth, and has three children and four grandchildren.
Leo will be doing these four "storytime" sessions for first floor kids. (Look for the sign at the top of the first escalator)
- Family - The Cornerstone of the Pilgrim Community
- The Providence of God and the Pilgrims
- Why Were the Pilgrims Called Separatists?
- The Mayflower and Plymouth Plantation
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