20th National War of 1812 Symposium Oct 22, 2016

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20th National War of 1812 Symposium

Saturday Oct 22, 2016

9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Town Hall, Learning Center

1515 Maryland Ave

University of Baltimore, Baltimore

(enter from Mt. Royal Avenue behind the Edgar Allen Poe Statue)

$75 registration, includes lunch

$35 seniors and reenactors in uniform

registered University of Baltimore stuents free

  • Marc Leepson, What so Proudly we hailed; Francis Scott Key and the Writing of the National Anthem
  • Lorna Hainesworth, Lewis and Clark, the Corps of Discovery, and the War of 1812
  • Harold Youmans, What if the British had occupied Baltimore?
  • Will Priest, The life of a sailor in the U.S. Navy in the War of 1812
  • Fred Gaede, The state of Maryland's acquisition of muskets and bayonets for the War of 1812
  • Alexander Radzius, Details of the shooting of Bristih General Ross at Baltimore
  • Wendy Alexander, Women's contributions to commerce during the War of 1812
  • Glenn R. Williams The USF Constellation in the War of 1812

email editor1812@yahoo.com for more information

Send check payable to War of 1812 Consortium Inc to Christopher T. George

3800 Canterbury Road, Apt 3E, Baltimore, MD 21218

or pay by Paypal to editorctrip@yahoo.com

If you wish to attend, please call Chris George at 410-908-563 (cell) of Bill Emmerich at 443-883-0479 (Call Bill Aug 26-Sept 5) to make sure space is still available.

Co-sponsored by the War of 1812 Consortium Inc., the University of Baltimore, The Friends of President Street Station, and the Council on America's Military Past (CAMP-USA)