Northeastern University History Association: Trip to Plymouth

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The Northeastern University History Association is planning a field trip to Plymouth on March 30. More than 30 Northeastern students are going on an educational trip that will include visits of Mayflower II, Pilgrim Hall, and Plymouth Plantation. The trip expenses, including admission to the sights and the bus to transport students, are being funded by the History Department

The Northeastern University History Association is an organization open to all undergraduate students. NUHA is dedicated to adding value to the study of history by taking trips to local historic sites, organizations, and museums. NUHA will also bring activities to campus such as speakers and events that will engage all history lovers by providing opportunities to learn that go beyond the classroom.

Northeastern University History Association received University recognition in the spring of 2012 thanks to the work of graduate Tom Saunders. For updates and more information about the association, please email Abigail Adgate at