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Thursday, May 30
Early Southern Maryland Tobacco Barns  (Online/Hybrid Events)
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Commissioners Meeting Room, Chesapeake Bldg, 41770 Baldridge St., Leonardtown, MD

Dependence on tobacco shaped the social, economic, and physical development of the five Southern Maryland counties for more than 300 years, spanning from their founding until its demise by the end of the 20th century. The Southern Maryland Tobacco Barn Survey is a two-year project aimed at identifying and documenting the dwindling numbers of the region’s surviving pre-1870 air-cured tobacco barns. The survey is a partnership between the University of Maryland and the Maryland Historical Trust, supported by an award to the university from the MHT Non-Capital Grant Fund. Dr. Dennis Pogue and Chris Bryan, project staff working for the University, will share their findings and offer new insights into both the past and the future of these iconic features of the cultural landscape.

Live on Channel 95 and streaming on YouTube!

Hosted by the Historic Preservation Commission




Thursday, September 5 through Saturday, September 7
Utah Genealogical Association 2024 Virtual Conference - Summit of Excellence  (Online/Hybrid Events)
Online - Registration Required
The Utah Genealogical Association 2024 Virtual Conference -  Summit of Excellence - will be held Thursday, September 5th through Saturday, September 7th, 2024. The first day is free, but the second and third days are not. All three days require registration. 
 
HCGS member, Rebecca Dobbs, will present a new version of her FAN Club and Timelines presentation at the conference on Thursday, September 5, at 3pm Mountain Time (5pm ET).
 
You can register for the free day (Thurs. 9/5) and the (paid) remainder of the weekend together, or for the free day separately. Check here for conference and registration information.