Tell Us How You Lived: Unearthing Union Mills’ History

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Program Type:

History and Genealogy

Age Group:

Kids ( 10 - Adults )
Registration for this event is no longer open.
Allowed Ages: 10 to Adult

Program Description

Description

Carroll County’s Union Mills is an exceptionally significant and well-preserved industrial and residential complex, but how did professional historians and archaeologists make that determination? Join moderator Elizabeth Anderson Comer, principal of EAC/Archaeology, Inc., and a team of experts as they present the results of a multi-year research project. Archaeological, architectural, cultural landscape, LiDAR, and documentary research will be presented by Dr. Rob Wanner, Dr. Paula Stoner Reed, and Paul Albert. This public programming is an opportunity for the Union Mills Homestead’s many stakeholders, including the public at large, to learn about the important findings made in the course of this project, which was made possible by a grant from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.

If you'd like to join us through Zoom, please register. If you will be joining us on Facebook or YouTube, no need to register, just tune into the live stream of the program.

Photo Credit: Union Mills Homestead Photo Archive
 

Disclaimer(s)

All attendees need to register.

Celebrating America fosters a greater sense and understanding of America's history and Carroll County's important role in that history by joining forces with private and public institutions around the county. For more information about the initiative, visit Carroll County's Celebrating America website.

Community Media Center

This event is a part of a media and streaming partnership with the Community Media Center. For more information about CMC, visit www.carrollmediacenter.org.

Maryland Heritage Areas AuthorityA partnership program with the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.

Zoom login information will be emailed to participants one hour before the program starts.