About this session: Slavery was a fact of life at Mount Clare, an 18th century antebellum plantation near Baltimore, Md. Despite efforts to ignore the presence and significance of enslaved Blacks there, historical and archeological research shows the integral role they played. National Park Service Archeologist Teresa Moyer will share this research, which offers opportunities to discuss historical structures and the ways they carry to the present.

About the series: How do we remember the past? How does our historical record and memory influence us today? This series unpacks stories of Chesapeake history with a focus on what our understanding of the past means for our future.

Archaeology and Memory at Mount Clare
 Wednesday, Feb. 10, 7:30pm
Location: Virtual
Cost: $7.50 per session, with a 20% discount for CBMM members

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