Guided History Walks, Tours, & Visits

Several of the history programs described in the other sections of this web site offer guided tours of the subject site or place. These are listed here. Please see those other sections for descriptions of the history programs and guided tours.

 

Grand Old Ditch – C&O Canal Past, Present and Future
Speaker & Tour Leader: Judith Welles

 

Cabin John: Legends and Life of an Uncommon Place
Speaker & Tour Leader: Judith Welles

 

Rockville, Maryland: 250 Years of History
Speaker & Tour Leader: Eileen McGuckian

 

Josiah Henson & Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Speaker & Tour Leader: Judith Christensen

This tour would need to be arranged and scheduled with the assistance and participation of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks.

 

Archaeology of the Josiah Henson Site
Speaker: Don Housley

This tour would need to be arranged and scheduled with the assistance and participation of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks.

 

The Civil War Camps at Muddy Branch and the Outpost Camp and Blockhouse at Blockhouse Point
Speaker & Tour Leader: Don Housley

 

The Country Doctor in the 1800s: The Life & times of Dr. Edward Stonestreet of Rockville – A Visit to the Doctor’s Office, now the Stonestreet Museum of 19th Century Medicine
Speaker & Tour Leader: Clarence Hickey

 

Woodlawn Manor of Sandy Spring:  An Intersection of Quakers, Enslaved, and Freedom Seekers
Speaker & Tour Leader: Mark Thorne    

This tour can include portions of the Underground Railroad near Woodlawn Manor.