Blog Category: Education

Collectors’ Day 2021 Food

Nov 12, 2021

November 13, 2021 Theme: George Washington Remembered: An Enduring Legacy in American Decorative Arts   Mini Christmas Pies Contains turkey, beef bacon, beef suet, bread, butter, eggs, lemon, fish sauce, […]

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A Story for Juneteenth

Jun 18, 2021

June 19 is Juneteenth, the celebration of emancipation as it reached the final enslaved African Americans in the Confederacy in 1865. It took more than two years for news of Lincoln’s […]

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Making Local Connections: Staff Field trip to the Benson-Hammond House

Jan 29, 2021

On a chilly day in late 2020 the Hammond-Harwood House Museum staff took a field trip to the historic Benson-Hammond House (fig. 1) in Linthicum, Maryland, headquarters of the Anne […]

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Collectors’ Day 2020 Scholars’ Reports

Dec 5, 2020

By Jacqueline Mazzone I had a wonderful time at the Collectors’ Day event at the Hammond-Harwood House. The event was on Sunday, November 15, but I arrived on Saturday to […]

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Collectors’ Day 2020

Nov 19, 2020

The Art of the Game: Cards, Horse Racing, and Tavern Life in the Early Chesapeake The fourth annual Collectors’ Day will be a virtual lecture series with an optional onsite […]

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Dining In 18th Century America

Jul 2, 2020

Click Here to download the PDF Dining in 18th Century America Welcome to the sixth educational blog for the Hammond-Harwood House.  In the past we have looked at such topics […]

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A Silhouette Duet

Jun 3, 2020

Download the PDF Silhouettes HERE Welcome to the fifth in the children’s series offered by the Hammond-Harwood House. The title, A Silhouette Duet, refers to two men and a machine […]

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Home Sweet Home

May 7, 2020

Download Activity PDF Shapes in Architecture One of the previous programs in our children’s series was called I Can Be an Architect.  We used geometric shapes to build the Hammond-Harwood […]

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I Can Be An Architect

Apr 29, 2020

I Can Be An Architect pdf Today’s program is about William Buckland who designed the Hammond-Harwood House in Annapolis.  He was an architect. Do you know what an architect does? […]

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