A musical romance adapted from the diaries, letters, and poetry of Sarah Ponsonby and Eleanor Butler, who in 1780 eloped together from Ireland to Wales and shared their lives for 50 years in a picturesque countryside cottage called “Plas Newydd,” meaning “Our New Home.” Approximately 20 minutes.
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Ladies of Llangollen
Lafayette and Kayewla: The Marquis and the Oneida
Join the Marquis de Lafayette, known as a friend of the Native Americans, in 1824 as he recounts his history with the Oneida Indians during his time in America.
Art Museums Admission
Through poetry, melody, storytelling, and song, the Jug Broke Theatre Co. explores the conflicting perception of the Dismal Swamp.
Captives to Citizens
Discuss the 18th c. practice of captive taking, and subsequent adoption, in eastern woodland tribes – and the unique definitions of citizenship in these American Indian communities