I have changed the links on the home page for the life portraits of pilgrim Edward Winslow and son Josiah Winslow. They had previously taken visitors to the Pilgrim Hall site but the photos seem to no longer be visible online there. Instead, all links lead to the Pilgrim Hall home page only, and a search does not turn up either image. On the bottom right of their home page is a small, low res version of the Edward Winslow image, but that is all. Instead, my links now lead to the entries for Edward and John's wikipedia writeups. Wikipedia claims that images of old art should be public domain, even if they legally are not. You are welcome to join wikipedia and become part of that discussion if you choose. I appreciate the need for institutions to be able to make some income from sale of rights to their images so my links are not to the wikpedia images but to the writeups. You can click on the images and see a bigger version. Yes, this is moral hair-splitting, but it is the best I can do. I do not link to or display images of any other Pilgrim because none of them were done from life except that of Edward and son John (not a Mayflower passenger) and for the purposes of this web site they are useless. As a historian I do believe there is some public right to the image of these two public figures who served in early American government.
The author is an Arizona research historian who enjoys the challenge of looking for Mayflower descendants, hers and anyone else's.
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