Mr. Tillman, author of “The Chesapeake Watershed,” “Saving the Places We Love,” and “The Big Melt,” will speak about his newest book, “Good Endeavour.” This work of historical fiction is set in the backwoods of late 17th century Maryland. He draws on family tales heard in the historic Maryland log cabin/farmhouse where he grew up and his own research into the history of his family and the early life of this country to inform his story. Mr. Tillman is excited about the potential for this book to engage readers in a search through their own family trees – inspiring them to track down their own ancestors. He believes that understanding our past helps us better address the issues we face today.
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