2021 Montgomery County History Conference from January 22-30
Jan 21, 2021
Please Note: This event has expired.
Jan 27, 2018
Hosted annually by Montgomery History, this day-long gathering welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds to learn from workshops, presentations, and panel discussions covering a wide range of topics within the realm of local history.
This year’s conference will open with a history of Metro and the Red Line’s development in the county. It will be followed by breakout sessions featuring such varied topics as Thurgood Marshall’s early civil rights victory in Montgomery County, the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918, free African American communities’ involvement in the Underground Railroad, the role of local leaders in launching the American Revolution in 1774, and an overview of local development during the explosive 1950s.View more
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Lunch, refreshments, and an afternoon reception will be included with registration.
20200 Observation Dr, HT230, Germantown, MD 20876