Historical Society of Talbot County Events

January EVENT 1:
Could the Civil War Have Been Prevented?
A Lecture & Slideshow
by Larry Denton
Sponsored by
the Historical Society of Talbot County
and the Oxford Museum

Hosted by St. Paul’s Wesleyan Church
225 S. Morris St., Oxford
Wednesday, January 13 at 7:30pm
FREE; seating is limited.

Mr. Denton’s book, William Henry Seward & the Secession Crisis is available at the HSTC Museum Store (limited supply).

Dine at Latitude 38 between 5:15pm-7:15pm and 10% of the food sales will be donated back to HSTC and the Oxford Museum.
Call 410-226-5303 to make your reservation.

Event 2:
Historical Society of Talbot County
Bus Trip

Thursday, January 21
to the Smithsonian Natural History Museum
featuring the exhibit:
“Written in Bones: Forensic Files of the
17th Century Chesapeake”
The exhibit includes findings from Harleigh Knoll in Talbot County.

After seeing the exhibit, dine at Ben’s Chili Bowl along with D.C. historian, Bernard Demczuk

Call HSTC to reserve your seat 410-822-0773
$40 member/$50 nonmember
fee includes bus and dinner

Ongoing event:
Historical Society of Talbot County
New Volunteer Orientation
2nd Tuesday of the month at 10am
25 S. Washington St., Easton
Call 410-822-0773 or visit www.hstc.org to learn more.

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