The Historic Winslow House Association will offer a $250 prize for the best book published in 2009 on the interaction of early New England (1620-1852) with the wider Atlantic world. Eligible topic include (but are not limited to) diplomacy, exploration, religion, culture, trade, politics, imperial structure and settler/native relations. Books on the contributions of the Winslow family or Daniel Webster are particularly welcome. Biographies are eligible; essay collections and documentary editions are not.
For consideration, send a copy of the submission to: The Historic Winslow House Association, 634 Careswell Street, Marshfield, MA 02050. The deadline is March 1, 2010.
2009: Nancy Rubin Stuart, “The Muse of the Revolution”
2008: Eve LaPlante, “Salem Witch Judge”
2007: Nathaniel Philbrick, “Mayflower”