Brown Bag Lunch Program:
“Ran off or Carried Away: Documenting the Escapes of Slaves from Calvert County during the War of 1812.”
The Calvert County Historical Society’s Third-Thursday Brown Bag Lunch Program on Thursday, September 18th will feature Maya Davis, Research Archivist in the Legacy of Slavery Department at the Maryland State Archives. More than 750 Maryland slaves achieved freedom with the British during the War of 1812, but did you know a great majority of them came from Southern Maryland? Join us as Ms. Davis discusses these dramatic events in her presentation, “Ran off or Carried Away: Documenting the Escapes of Slaves from Calvert County during the War of 1812.”
Free and Open to All! Bring your Lunch, Bring your Questions, and Bring your Friends! Thursday, September 18th at Noon, at Linden, 70 Church Street in Prince Frederick. For more information call 410 535-2452 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, September 18th at Noon at Linden, 70 Church Street, Prince Frederick, MD
Questions? (410) 535-2452 or email@example.com
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL! Bring your lunch, Bring your questions, and Bring your friends!
CCHS Weather Policy
During inclement weather, CCHS observes the same schedule as the Calvert County Public School system. If the schools are closed, so is CCHS, and the same applies to delays. If the schools open two hours late, then CCHS opens two hours late.