Surratt House Museum is dedicated to fostering an appreciation for the history and culture of 19th-century Maryland and Prince George's County with special emphasis on the crucial years from 1840 to 1865. It will seek to interpret the impact of this period on our national history as well as on the family of John and Mary Surratt who became entangled in the web of conspiracy surrounding the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Continuing research in the field will be encouraged, and the museum will serve as an educational bridge between scholars, staff (both professional and volunteer) and guests as we seek to understand the times and the people of this era.
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