Ford’s Theatre Summer 2018 Professional Development Programs

  The   Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation   Civil War Washington

The Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Civil War Washington

Learn about Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and Washington during the Civil War as you spend a day at each of these fascinating sites!

Session 1 (Local Commuters, Grades 3 - 12): Evening of Sunday, June 17 to Friday, June 22, 2018

Session 2 (National Boarders, Grades 3 - 12): Evening of Sunday, July 8 to Friday, July 13, 2018

  The Lincoln Assassination and its Legacy in the Nation’s Capital

The Lincoln Assassination and its Legacy in the Nation’s Capital

Examine how the Civil War and Reconstruction have been remembered across time through the study of monuments and memorials in our nation's capital.

  • Learn how Washington’s transformation during the Civil War lay the groundwork for Reconstruction in our nation’s capital
  • Explore the Lincoln assassination, the trial of the conspirators and their lasting implications for our military and civil justice systems
  • Examine how the Civil War has been remembered across time through the study of monuments and memorials

 One Session Only (Local & National, Grades 3-12): Evening of Sunday, July 22 to Friday, July 27, 2018

Apply Online: www.fords.org/for-teachers  by April 2, 2018

Cost: FREE for Local Commuters or $500 for National Boarders (Scholarships Available)

 All participants are eligible to obtain 3 graduate credit hours through Trinity University for $375

For more information contact: education@fords.org

Posted on March 2, 2018 .