Dr. Weed presented a 45-minute session on Massasoit and the Colonists at the March 16, 2019 History Camp held at the Suffolk University Law School in downtown Boston. Click here for a 45-minute video of the presentation and here for the video provided by the History Camp.
The Law School sits across the street from the 1660 Granary Burying Ground, the third oldest in Boston, that contains the graves of Edward Rawson (1615–1693), first secretary of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1650–1686) as well as many Revolutionary War heroes, including Paul Revere.
Nearly 500 people who registered for the event gather in the Law School lobby before attending over sixty 45-minute sessions on a wide range of history topics.
Sowams Heritage Area Coordinator David Weed presented a session describing the 50-year interaction between the Massasoit Osamequin and the Colonists that is revealed on the website. Click here for a 45-minute video of the presentation and here for the video provided by the History Camp.