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After the Battle: A Day At Clifton Mansion
October 11, 2014 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
The 1814 Clifton Mansion, later the country estate of Johns Hopkins, was the home of Captain Henry Thompson who had commanded the First Baltimore Horse Artillery in city’s defense against the British attack.
Sponsored by Civic Works at Clifton, this free event will celebrate the mansion at the close of the War of 1812. Activities include music, horses, tours, history, costumes, and shopping along with fun and games. Participants will be able to meet Captain Thompson and members of his militia group, tour the recently renovated Clifton Mansion, and revisit the War of 1812 with historian and author Christopher George.
For more information, contact CliftonMansion@civicworks.com
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