Explore the facinating history of the Eastern Shore of Maryland from how the Tidewater region’s social and economic structure emerged in the 1600s and early 1700s through discussion on the topic of the underground railroad in this virtual Eastern Shore history speaker series. Old Wye Mill will present these Zoom events throughout the spring. The historic grist mill, located in both Talbot and Queen Annes counties, is the oldest continuously operated water-powered mill in America.
Watch these live-stream presentations on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. between April 8 and May 6. Each talk will last 45 minutes with time for questions.
You may check the topic of each speaker event and pre-register here.
The Old Wye Mill is open weekends seasonally beginning in May through November. Due to the pandemic, opening schedule may change so please call in advance for times and current policies.