Sun, Nov 12|
Fall Lecture - Eighteenth-Century Medicine
The Daniel Boone Homestead Associates are thrilled to bring back the Fall Lecture Series to the Homestead this year.
Time & Location
Nov 12, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Birdsboro, 400 Daniel Boone Rd, Birdsboro, PA 19508, USA
About the Event
The Daniel Boone Homestead Associates are thrilled to bring back the Fall Lecture Series to the Homestead this year. We invite you to join historians and scholars at the Homestead as they share their knowledge with the local public. Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn more about life in the past.
Paul Trainor will present an enlightening lecture and show and tell on colonial medicine and the traveling apothecary. He will also discuss the important role of the military surgeon during the colonial and early American periods. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn more about medicine and doctors in the eighteenth century!
Mr. Trainor is a retired attorney and currently a part-time college professor. He graduated from the New England School of Law and the University of Massachusetts, where he minored in History. Paul spends a lot of his free time presenting living history programs focusing on life in early Pennsylvania and eighteenth-century medical care.
Admission for the lectures is a $2/person suggested donation. Please no pets and no smoking. The lectures will take place in the DeTurk Education Center and are run by The Daniel Boone Homestead Associates.