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Built on Sotweed: The History and Archaeology of Maryland in the 1600s and its Reliance upon Tobacco, Presenter: Archaeologist Henry Miller

February 29 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

  • Tobacco was foundational to shaping life in the Lord Baltimore’s colony. Explore insights into the yearly “Tobacco Fleet” that brought goods and carried tobacco across the Atlantic.
  • Learn about the remains of an actual 17th- century English tobacco ship discovered using historical research and archaeology.

$10 Admission and FREE for First Mate & Above Museum Members. Limited seating. Please register and reserve your spot below. Virtual option available, please reserve virtual spot to receive zoom link.

Click HERE for in-person registration, Click HERE for virtual registration

FIRST MATE & ABOVE MEMBERS MUST PRE-REGISTER USING MEMBER CODE, PLEASE CONTACT LIZZIE SPOKELY AT lspokely@amaritime.org if you misplaced your code or have any issues reserving your spot.


February 29
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Annapolis Maritime Museum
723 Second st.
Annapolis, 21403 United States