These programs are designed to provide historical lectures and/or first-person reenactment. Available for groups of 10 or more; school students, senior citizens and community-based organizations for Individual classrooms at your location or ours.
Our base price is $225 per each one-hour program, includes audience participation,
(Q & A) and handouts. Group (assembly) pricing is available also.
Email us and tell us how we can customize our programs for you, per request. We will discuss our fee and/or donations we accept to provide these program(s). All proceeds are contributions to Gather Place, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
This historical lecture presentation, is in honor of the American Revolution patriots of African Descent who served, suffered and sacrificed during the Valley Forge, Pennsylvania Encampment 1777-1778. Also, these American Revolution patriots are recognized during this presention; Crispus Attucks, Salem Poor, James Armistead Lafayette, Marquis De Lafayette, John Paul Jones, John Adams, and Paul Revere.
Commemorating Lucretia Mott and Frederick Douglass abolitionist and women’s suffrage movement pioneers (women’s right to vote). Learn about their fascinating connections to Bucks County!
The African-American Suffragists History Forgot; Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Ida B. Wells (just to name a few of the many other women to learn about.)
Pennsylvania's Women who contributed to the cause for the abolition of slavery and women’s right to vote!
This one-hour inspirational interpretation of Harriet Tubman’s amazing long life includes her childhood and family, born into slavery in Dorchester County, Maryland, her brave and bold return trips to that same Maryland plantation, as she led many others to freedom and about the people who helped her as well. Learn about several other history makers she became to know along the way. Learn about how and why she had to continue her harrowing journey further north up to New York State and into Canada.
Plus, her amazing life during and post the American Civil War era and her work with women’s suffrage movement.
YES - PUT HER FACE ON THE $20 BILL!
This historical program lecture features; The NAACP with many tributes to men and women of this important time in America's history, including; Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks.
This historical program lecture features these three female mathematicians who worked at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) during the Space Race: Katherine Johnson, a mathematician who calculated flight trajectories for Project Mercury and other missions. as NASA supervisor and mathematician Dorothy Vaughan and NASA engineer Mary Jackson
These historical program lectures are designed to reflect the “least cited” women history makers taught in schools; featuring pioneers in social justice, women’s, civil, and children’s rights; pilots/aviators, educators, athletes, science, technology, and math (STEM)