Join the Eastern Shore Heritage Center on June 18th for an enlightening evening on the “Life and Times of Harriet Tubman” as a beacon of courage and freedom. Dr. Clara L. Small, a distinguished retired professor from Salisbury University, will deliver a compelling presentation at 6:00pm.

The event will also feature poster exhibits showcasing quilts made by enslaved people, which played a crucial role in guiding and communicating with those on the Trail to Freedom.

This free public event is sponsored by Virginia Humanities’s Latimer Fund and the Community & Family Development Training Center. For more information, please contact the Heritage Center at 757-787-3400 or Brenda Holden at 757-710-8835.

Poster describing an event by The Eastern Shore Heritage Center, “The Life and Times of Harriet Tubman."
“The Life and Times of Harriet Tubman”

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