Join us during Women’s History Month as we pay tribute to some of Maryland’s most notable ladies. From a well-known “conductor” of escaped enslaved people, to the founder of the American Red Cross, to a lesser known flag maker and a newspaper publisher, we’ll examine the important contributions of Maryland women throughout history.

Homeschool Programs at the Maryland Historical Society are interactive experiences for ages 5 - 18. We will learn about Maryland's history using primary sources, hands-on activities, and crafts. Participants are grouped by age and activities are adjusted for the different age ranges.

Families are welcome to accompany registered students, with full access to our research library and museum, at no additional cost.

Program Details:

Length: 3 Hours (A 30 minute lunch/ snack break is built into each program)

Cost: $10/student; 10% Discount for MdHS Members

Accessibility: We are handicap accessible and limited free parking is available

Topic: Join us during Women’s History Month as we pay tribute to some of Maryland’s most notable ladies.  From a well-known “conductor” of escaped slaves, to the founder of the American Red Cross, to a lesser known flag maker and a newspaper publisher, we’ll examine the important contributions of Maryland women throughout history.  

March 14, 2018 10:00 AM   through   1:00 PM
201 W Monument St
Baltimore, MD 21201
United States
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