The Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Society is excited to announce that beginning on Saturday April 21, 2018, the Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum will host monthly talks on various historical topics related to the Civil War and Lincoln Assassination. The talks are free with regular admission to the grounds. Each event will be held in the meeting room of our Exhibit Building. There is limited seating so please come early. The events are scheduled to begin at 1 pm and will be approximately one hour in length.
The first talk, on April 21st, will be an informative and interesting presentation on “Women in the Civil War” by our very own head docent, Donna Peterson.
May's event will feature a presentation on Mary Surratt by docent Kate Rameriz. Her talk will take place on Sunday May 20th.
June's event will feature a presentation called "With Every Man's Hand Against Me?" Charles County and the Lincoln Assassination conducted by docent Bob Bowser. The discussion will analyze Booth's escape through Charles County and the motivation of those residents who offered aid to the fugitives. The event is scheduled for Saturday June 16th.
If you have any questions regarding the events, please email us through this page via firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us each month as we take a deeper look at these interesting historical topics!