New England at 400
At the 400th anniversary of the pilgrims’ arrival, it’s time to look back, commemorate, and reflect on what New England has meant to its people, and to the world. New England at 400: From Plymouth Rock to Present Day describes how every generation of immigrants and natives, Puritans and patriots, has defined this land anew. It is a story of transformation, but also continuity, since “New England” embodies both a collective philosophy and a shared past.
Each chapter covers a decade of important incidents and events that defined or shaped the regional character, land, and culture.
Written by Eric D. Lehman, Published by Globe Pequot, 2020, 232 pages, hardcover.