Winter Lecture Series: Annapolis Craftsmen in the 18th Century
Date: Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Location: O'Brien's Oyster Bar and Seafood Tavern, 113 Main Street
Time: Lecture, 10:30 am; Lunch, 11:30 am
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Craftsmen, or artisans, occupied the middling strata of town life, but their place in Annapolis was very different then in an urban center like Philadelphia or the rural plantation areas of the Chesapeake. The trades they followed, and their success or failure, depended as much on their place in a world of international trade as it did upon their skill. Historian Jean Russo will survey the trades found in colonial Annapolis and some of the men and women who practiced them.
Cost: $10 General Admission; $5 for HA Members/Volunteers; Free for HA Docents. Add $12 for Pre-Paid Lunch (includes one meal option below, iced tea, coffee or hot tea, tax, and gratuity).
Please be aware that access to this lecture space requires ascending a flight of stairs.
January 21, 2020 Menu Options:
Option A - Fish Tacos (two flour tortillas stuffed with mahi-mahi, slaw, feta cheese and spicy pico) and Side Salad
Option B - Shepherd's Pie (ground beef and lamb baked in a casserole topped with mashed potatoes)
Option C - Beet Salad (roasted beets over mixed greens with shallots, feta cheese, cranberries and walnuts with a tangerine vinaigrette.
All menu options include iced tea and coffee or hot tea.