Sun, Feb 13|
Let's (Book) Talk Elayne Bond Hyman
Elayne's book Catoctin Slaves Speak take us to the Catoctin Iron Furnace in Thurmont Maryland where she calls up the voices of those enslaved. Much of this work is based on available archaeological and forensic anthropological evidence of record.
Time & Location
Feb 13, 2022, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Catonsville, 10 St Timothys Ln, Catonsville, MD 21228, USA
About the Event
Elayne Bond Hyman is a mixed-blood woman of many nations. She is of
both Native, African and European descent. She integrated the all-female student body of
Stephens College, in Columbia MO graduating with honors AA in 1964. A graduate of Howard University with honors -Phi Beta Kappa, Dobroe Slovo, and Cum Laude. Elayne has a BA in Russian, and a double minor in English and French. Her book Catoctin Slaves Speak she conjures the voices of those enslaved at Maryland's Catoctin Iron Furnance and the lives they lived.