A history symposium, “Brookeville and the Burning of Washington: A Tale of Two Capitals,” will be presented from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. 29 March at the Performing Arts Center at Sandy Spring Friends School, Brookeville, Maryland (USA).
List of speakers:
– Sandra Heiler, chairwoman of the Brookeville War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission
– David Hildebrand, director of the Colonial Music Institute
– Anthony Pitch, author
– Megan O'Hern, staff researcher with the Maryland State Archives
– Catherine Lavoie, chief of the Historic American Buildings Survey with the National Park Service
– Bob Hines, educator, historian and field director of the town's archaeology project
– Steve Vogel, author.
$20, or $15 for students with school identification through 15 March
$25 for adults and $20 for students March 16-29.
Registration and information are available on the town's website.
More details here.
Langue(s) : English