Please join us at the Hays-Heighe House at Harford Community College on Thursday, September 6th at 3 p.m. for “Heroes and Villains of 1812″ by David Healey, author of “1812: Rediscovering Chesapeake Bay’s Forgotten War.” Healey is the author of Civil War novels and other nonfiction works, including a soon-to-be-released book “Great Storms of the Chesapeake.” This event is the first of the fall semester at the Hays-Heighe House and continues our 1812 programming in support of our exhibit, which will run until December 2012. The event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, so come early to view the exhibit and save a seat!
My Website and Blogs
- Mike Dixon on On Halloween Eve 75-years ago, Radio Play Alarms Wilmington
- Andy Rokita on On Halloween Eve 75-years ago, Radio Play Alarms Wilmington
- Mike Dixon on Hagley Digital Archives Helps Delaware Researchers With Online Collections
- Hayrides at the Hagley Museum | Kimberley Vassal Insurance Services, LTD. on Hagley Digital Archives Helps Delaware Researchers With Online Collections
- ray on Terrible Railroad Calamity at the C & D Canal Drawbridge
- Remembering the souls of Flight 214 mcall.com/news/local/mc-… 3 days ago
- Gathering will commemorate 1963 air disaster with Phila. links po.st/FpM1re via @phillydotcom 3 days ago
- Amazing Vintage Christmas Ads of Kodak from the 1900's zite.to/18ilZr3 via @zite 5 days ago
- A Temperate Nation zite.to/1bLo95k via @zite 5 days ago
- Senator Mikulski Announces Funds for Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park in Dorchester County
- Searching for the First Draft of History: Lessons About the War of 1812 in Stacks of Old Newspapers
- Some Small Town Radio Stations Still Serve the Community With Local Programming.
- Delmarva History: The Eastern Shore and the War of 1812 at Salisbury University on March 29
- Delaware Archives Creates Virtual Exhibit on the Storm of March 1962