The Pokanoket Tribe is invited to Alden House in Duxbury, MA

Kathryn “She Walks with the Wind” Morrison-Hewson holds Summer Rain during a dance at the Alden House Pokanoket Heritage Day on November 5, 2022. Alden House was the home of Mayflower passengers John and Priscilla Alden in the early 17th century when the Pokanoket Tribe helped the English to survive and entered into a mutual protection treaty that lasted for 50 years. Click here for a 53-minute video of the event.

Alden House Executive Director Deseree Mobed (above, left) welcomes one of the guests as staff member Trish Birk Smith (center in above right photo) demonstrates how to make corn husk dolls.

(Above, left) Rainbow Heart describes how she made a pouch in the shape of a turtle shell. (Above, right) Harry “Hawk” Edmonds and his brother, Lee “Brave Heart” Edmonds pose for a photo with a family from Taiwan who visited the Alden House for the event.

(Above) Strong Bear, Snowy Owl, Roaming Coyote and Chatting Turtle drum while other Tribe members dance and the audience listens.