Wild Women of Maryland
The Howard County Library and the Howard County Historical Society invite you to join us to hear author Lauren Silberman share her tales of the Wild Women of Maryland! Lauren R.
The Howard County Library and the Howard County Historical Society invite you to join us to hear author Lauren Silberman share her tales of the Wild Women of Maryland!
Lauren R. Silberman, the acclaimed author behind captivating works such as “Wild Women of Maryland” (History Press, 2015), “Wicked Baltimore” (History Press, 2011), and “The Jewish Community of Baltimore” (Arcadia Publishing, 2008), delves into the enthralling tales of Maryland’s extraordinary women. Within these pages, Silberman unravels the remarkable stories of remarkable women, ranging from the captivating pretense of Sarah Wilson, who assumed the role of royalty, to the daring exploits of Virginia Hall, a one-legged spy during World War II. Alongside these renowned figures, Silberman also sheds light on the unsung heroines like “Lady Law” Violet Hill Whyte, showcasing their unwavering tenacity and adventurous spirits. Through her meticulous research and engaging storytelling, Silberman presents a collection of narratives that not only captivate but also illuminate the lives of Maryland’s most fascinating women. Whether they serve as role models or evoke curiosity, the Wild Women of Maryland, as revealed by Lauren R. Silberman, offer a truly captivating and unforgettable journey.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Howard County Library System, HCLS, Miller Branch
9421 Frederick Rd, Ellicott City, MD, 21042