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Homeschool Programs at the Maryland Historical Society are interactive experiences for ages 5 - 18. Families are welcome to accompany registered students, with full access to our research library and museum, at no additional cost.
Length: 3 Hours (A 20 minute lunch/ snack break is built into each program)
Cost: Programs are $10 per student
Accessibility: We are handicap accessible and free parking is available
October 26, 2016 10:00 – 1:00
Gain a deeper understanding of how the colonial economy grew by putting yourself into the shoes of the first colonists aboard the Ark and the Dove, a shipbuilder in Baltimore, one of Maryland’s founding fathers!
Immigration into Baltimore
December 7, 2016 10:00 – 1:00
Why did so many people leave their homes to come to Maryland? Learn how the B&O Railroad influenced the number of immigrants coming into Baltimore, experience how immigrants were processed at Locust Point, and read experiences of immigrant families.
Civil Rights in Maryland
February 22, 2017 10:00 – 1:00
Use objects, documents, and oral histories to trace the strides that Americans have made in extending civil rights and equal treatment to all citizens including African Americans, women, Native Americans, and immigrants, from the colonial period to the present.
Made in Maryland
April 5, 2017 10:00 – 1:00 REGISTRATION CLOSED!
What trades have had the most impact on Maryland’s growth? Learn about the history of shipbuilding, furniture making, the silver industry, and more! Master your own trade skills alongside a local organization which is helping to push the current “maker movement” forward!
June 7, 2017 10:00 – 1:00
How has the Chesapeake Bay influenced Maryland’s History? Explore the Yaocomico tribe’s relationship with the bay, perfect your oystering skills, and discover how the bay helped grow Baltimore! Learn about modern day issues facing the bay, and find out ways you can get involved from one of the leading organizations in Chesapeake Bay conservation!
Please Call 410-685-3750 ext. 334 or E-Mail EducationPrograms@mdhs.org