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Dr. Travis Parno and Dr. Terry Block will lead a lecture of “Slavery in Maryland: How Did it Begin and How Did it End?” as part of Maryland 400’s lecture series on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. This is a free public event.

The Maryland Historical Trust is hosting workshops around the state for prospective applicants for the FY19 Capital Grant Program. This grant is a competitive funding program for construction projects on buildings or structures on or eligible for the Maryland Register. Attend a workshop to learn if your project is eligible and what is required for submitting an application.

The Maryland Historical Trust is hosting workshops around the state for prospective applicants for the FY19 Capital Grant Program. This grant is a competitive funding program for construction projects on buildings or structures on or eligible for the Maryland Register. Attend a workshop to learn if your project is eligible and what is required for submitting an application.

Thu, 11/29.
6:00pm — 8:00PM.

Lecture: Uncovering LGBTQ History in Maryland

Chase Brexton Health Care, Large Community Room, 1111 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201

Hosted by Preservation Maryland, University of Maryland,

Cost: Free

Preservation Maryland invites you to a free lecture on LGBTQ history in Maryland and current efforts to identify and document historic places important to the LGBTQ community and American history. Susan Ferentinos, Ph.D., author of the award-winning “Interpreting LGBT History,” will join us in Baltimore from Bloomington, Indiana to give us a review of LGBTQ history and historic preservation efforts across the country and here in Maryland.

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