This free event takes place on Tuesday, January 26 on the Museum’s Facebook page
Mark Twain and James Redpath both, in the years surrounding the American Civil War, denounced police forces for violently oppressing people of color.
Lectures start Wednesday, October 7 and our available on MarkTwainStudies.org
All lectures will be available on our website at no cost
The conversation takes place on Thursday, August 20 at 5:30pm EST
A podcast tour of Elmira, listeners are introduced to the legacies of the Park Church, Woodlawn Cemetery, and Quarry Farm, as well as a cast of characters from the Underground Railroad, Women’s Rights Movement, and, of course, Mark Twain’s in-laws.
For the registration form and full Institute schedule, click here. The Center for Mark Twain Studies is once again collaborating with the Schuyler-Chemung- Tioga-Corning Teachers’ Center to offer the 2018 Summer Teachers’ Institute in July (Tuesday, July 10 and Wednesday, July 11). This two-day institute is held in the Gannett-Tripp Library on the Elmira College campus and at Quarry Farm. The theme this year is “Mark Twain In Color.” Join […]