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Future Events

June, 2024

Tuesday
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Lexington Park Library - Rooms A & B
Tue, Jun 18, 2024 at 6:30 PM
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Merideth Taylor’s book "Making a Way Out of No Way: Lives of Labor, Love, and Resistance" is a richly imagined, illustrated narrative of 150 years of life in slavery on tobacco plantations in SOMD.

The photographs and stories grew out of Taylor’s quest to understand how people who were subjected to a system that made every attempt to brutalize and dehumanize them were able not only to survive but to build families and meaningful lives.

Join Merideth Taylor, author and photographer, as she shares images and stories from the book and talks about what inspired her to take on this project.

July, 2024

Thursday
4
Fourth of July Closure
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Tudor Hall and the Historical Society will be CLOSED Thursday July 4th and Friday July 5th.
Friday
5
Fourth of July Closure
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Tudor Hall and the Historical Society will be CLOSED Thursday July 4th and Friday July 5th.
Saturday
6
Fourth of July Closure
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Tudor Hall and the Historical Society will be CLOSED Thursday July 4th and Friday July 5th.
Wednesday
10
Historic Sotterley
Wed, Jul 10, 2024 at 7:00 PM
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Merideth Taylor speaker event and book signing for her new book, “Making a Way out of No Way”. The photographs and stories in this book cover 150 years of slavery on tobacco plantations in Southern Maryland and the communities of men, women, and children who were subjected to this system. Merideth Taylor chose to largely avoid graphic depictions of the violence perpetrated on enslaved people to instead allow the reader to focus on the resilience, ingenuity, skills, and cultural strengths that enabled them to make a way out of no way. Merideth Taylor will discuss her motivations, insights, and journey to writing this book.