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Be sure to check out these great upcoming events sponsored by the Maryland State Archives in the next thirty days. Want a sneak peek at our popular lunch and learn events scheduled for the rest of the year? View all 2019 Lunch and Learn Events



Lunch and Learn: The Naylors of Woodborough


Date and Time:

Wednesday, June 19, 2019. 12:00pm

Speakers:

Frank Robinson and Debra Naylor

Location:

Maryland State Archives, 350 Rowe Blvd., Annapolis, MD 21401 Directions to the Archives

Registration:

Please contact emily.squires@maryland.gov to reserve your seat


Join Mr. Robinson and Ms. Naylor for their presentation on The Naylors of Woodborough, or how we turned a pile of research papers into a book. Part history, part genealogy, part narrative, The Naylors of Woodborough, is the culminating work of five researchers who collaborated to publish this Maryland family’s 350-year history using local resources. While it is a local story, the authors have taken pains to place the family in the broader context of American history. What began as a simple exercise in information gathering and sharing grew into a 304-page book, which now serves as the primary published resource for Naylor research in America. Franklin Robinson, Jr. and Debra Naylor (two of the five authors) will talk about their research, collaboration, and the process of turning a pile of papers into a book. The Naylors of Woodborough, by Joseph Y. Rowe, Debra Naylor, Ruth Naylor, Brenda Ramsey and Franklin A. Robinson, Jr. was awarded the Sumner A. Parker Prize and the St. George’s Day Award and will be available for purchase and signing after the talk. Feel free to bring your lunch and your questions to this free program!

Please note: A valid photo ID is required to enter the Archives building.



Lunch and Learn: Colonial Law Enforcement and Early Murder Cases in Maryland


Date and Time:

Wednesday, July 17, 2019. 12:00pm

Speaker:

Allen Hafner, Howard County Police Department, Historian

Location:

Maryland State Archives, 350 Rowe Blvd., Annapolis, MD 21401 Directions to the Archives

Registration:

Please contact emily.squires@maryland.gov to reserve your seat


Calling all amateur sleuths and gumshoes! Join Howard County Police Department Historian and Forensic Consultant Allen Hafner for a presentation on the various types of law enforcement during Maryland’s Colonial Era. Mr. Hafner will all discuss Maryland’s early court system and describe the transition of both the courts and law enforcement during the growth of the colony and through the American Revolution. Join us in testing out your colonial detective skills. Feel free to bring your lunch and your questions to this free program! Contact emily.squires@maryland.gov to reserve your seat. Feel free to bring your lunch and your questions to this free program!

Please note: A valid photo ID is required to enter the Archives building.

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