Lisa Kraus and Jason Shellenhamer, the directors of the Herring Run Archaeology Project, will discuss the last three years of work at the Eutaw Manor House, which was once the country seat of William Smith and his descendants, the Hall family.
Please join the National Council on Public History and the Society for History in the Federal Government on Friday, for a free panel discussion: "The Uprising in Focus: The Image, Experience, and History of Inequality in Baltimore." The conversation will explore the rich history of activism and protest in Baltimore in response to racial inequality and injustice.
Baltimore has a rich civil rights legacy, dating to its earliest days with the 1789 establishment of the Baltimore Abolitionist Society. Baltimore Heritage, the city’s preservation advocacy organization, In partnership with the Maryland Historical Trust, the Baltimore National Heritage Area, is leading an effort to document the places and people in Baltimore City that were on the forefront of civil rights.