NEW! “The Native Peoples of Frederick” Mobile Workshop Tour
1 session, 8 hours
Join us to learn about Frederick County’s first human inhabitants. Discover and study the movements of aboriginals and historic era American Indian tribes in today’s Frederick County. Explore present-day examples and evidence of Native American peoples that roamed the Monocacy (Frederick) and Middletown valleys for thousands of years prior to the arrival of 17th-century European settlers. This day trip includes lunch. Plan for light walking during short visits throughout the county.
Instructor: Chris Haugh is an Emmy award-winning documentary film maker and regional historian, Mr. Haugh has spent 25 years researching, producing and publishing numerous presentations on Frederick County history. He has also served as a video production and public history instructor for FCC, Hood College, and Towson University.
ILR767 “The Native Peoples of Frederick” Mobile Workshop Tour
4-Digit Number: 3585
Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Mar. 24
Location: Meet in lobby of Building E
Tuition: $39 Fee: $100 Total: $139
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only: $100