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2022 Summer Social!
Friday, August 12
2022 Summer Social!  (Events)
5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Tudor Hall
Historical Society Members and Guests are invited to Tudor Hall for small bites, drinks, music by Dave Norris, and good conversation.
 
RSVP by August 2nd to susan.l.dyer @gmail.com or call 301.481.2233
 
We will hold both LIVE and SILENT AUCTIONS this year with items rangnig from beautiful framed prints of the Ark and the Dove signed by renonwed artist Peter Egeli to a circa 1820 Sheraton Game Table to muzzle-loadng pistols circa 1840.
 
There will special gifts for your guests who become Historical Society members at the Social.



Historically Speaking: The Role of Children in the Colonial Chesapeake
Wednesday, September 7
Historically Speaking: The Role of Children in the Colonial Chesapeake  (Historically Speaking)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
The Inn at Leonardtown - 41655 Park Avenue, Leonardtown
Children are an understudied group of people historically, especially in archaeology. Where children have been studied, it is typically in relation to mortality rates.
 
Join St. Mary's College of Maryland graduate Catherine Dye for an in-depth look into the lives of children in the Virginia and Maryland colonies through an archaeological lens. Her analysis shed important light on the experience of childhood in the colonial Chesapeake. In addition to providing an archaeological examination of childhood mortality, the study of child bodies can reflect attitudes toward children at that time. Material culture in combination with burial conditions of children indicates the emotional value these children had, complicating the notion that children were valued primarily for their economic contribution to family or community life.



2022 Fall Dinner
Friday, October 14
2022 Fall Dinner  (Events)
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Olde Breton Inn
Mark your calendars for the Historical Society's 2022 Fall Dinner. The program will be announced soon!



Thursday, November 3
Racial Identity: The Evolution of our Understanding from the 17th Century to Today  (Historically Speaking)
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
St Mary's College of Maryland


Tree Pruning Party
Saturday, November 5
Tree Pruning Party  (Events)
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Tudor Hall
The outstanding folks at the Maryland Aborist Association will descend nright and early on Tudor Hall to prune back our towering Willow Oaks and other trees on the property.
 
Come by to take a look at their work.