From 4p-5p beginning Thursday January 17th at Cold Spring Brewery, gather round the fireplace at Cold Spring Brewery for this free lecture series! We’re going to kick the various topics off with “George Meade and the Lighthouses of New Jersey” by Dr. Anthony Waskie of Temple University.
January 24th – “Airminded: The Story of Aeromarine, America’s First International Airline” by Jim Stephens HCSV Deputy Director.
January 31st – “From Our Correspondent with the 29th Regiment: The Story of a NJ Civil War Regiment In Their Own Words” by Jim Stephens, HCSV Deputy Director.
February 7th – “The Life of Harriet Tubman” by Dr. Daisy Century of Temple University
February 14th – “Despicable Cads from American History” by Jim Stephens, HCSV Deputy Director
February 21st- “The Life of Sarah Spicer” by Darci Tucker of Colonial Williamsburg
February 28th- “More Stories of Old Glory: Tales of the American Flag from the Late 19th Century to Today” by Jim Stephens, HCSV Deputy Director.
March 7th – “Forgotten Great Men and Women from American History” by Jim Stephens, HCSV Deputy Director
March 14th – “Alice Paul: New Jersey Heroine for Equality” with Lucienne Beard, Executive Director with The Alice Paul Institute.
March 21st – “Submarine Warfare off the Jersey Shore in WWI and WWII” by Joseph Bilby Author and Historian
March 28th – “History of Early Baseball in New Jersey” with John Zinn, Author and Historian
April 4th – “Dangerous at Both Ends: The 19th Century American Whaling Industry” by Jim Stephens, HCSV Deputy Director. This free lecture series is made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission.
Historic Cold Spring Village
720 Route 9, Cape May.
Historic Cold Spring Village is a non-profit, open-air living history museum that portrays the daily life of a rural South Jersey community of the Early American period. It features 27 restored historic structures on a 30-acre site. Admission during the season is $14 for adults and $12 for children ages 3 to 12. Children under 3 are admitted free. Unlimited free admission is available with Village membership. For more information on events, membership, volunteering, or booking private affairs, please call (609) 898-2300, or visit the Village website at hcsv.org.