Lecture: History of Charcoal Making on Mt. Washington, MA
Sheffield Historical Society
Friday April 11, 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Dewey Hall, 91 Main St., Sheffield, MA 01257
“The Joys of Being Amateur History Detectives: investigating the dirty work of making charcoal in Mount Washington in the 1800s.” In collaboration with the Mount Washington History Project, a talk by Cory Hines & Mary King Austin about uncovering the fascinating history of this bygone industry and an introduction to the accompanying exhibit, “The Black Art: The History of Charcoal Making on Mount Washington.” Refreshments to be served. For more information call (413) 229-2694, email email@example.com, or visit www.sheffieldhistory.org.