Montgomery History presents the story of Rockville’s Dora Higgins during the Civil War. Based on a letter that Dora, an abolitionist, wrote to her mother as the Confederates came through Rockville.
Emily Correll is a former reference librarian with a Bachelors in History from Birmingham-Southern College and an MSLS and an MA in History from the University of North Carolina. She was the School Program Coordinator for the Montgomery County Historical Society from 1994-2010 and was instrumental in getting Montgomery County History Day started.
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AGE GROUP: | Teens | Seniors | Adult |
EVENT TYPE: | Lectures and Discussions |
TAGS: | Women's History Month |