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The Voice of the Black Community
Beyond the Wagon Road: 2014 Charlotte History Lecture Series
Lectures & Seminars
Date: February 8, 2014
Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Location: Show map
Levine Museum of the New South
200 East 7th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Email: jdyer399@gmail.com
Site: http://www.meckdec.org/

The Mecklenburg Historical Association Docents, in partnership with the Levine Museum of the New South, sponsors its third biennial series of lectures on Charlotte history. This series is popular with newcomers and natives alike and always sells out. Early registration is encouraged.

February 8
Agness Caldwell, Enslaved Woman of the Rosedale Plantation:
My life before and after the Civil War
Bridget Strong, Historic Rosedale interpreter

Civil War Charlotte: Last Capital of the Confederacy
Michael C. Hardy, historian and author


To register, send a check made out to MHA Docents for $15/person, along with your name, mailing address, email address, and phone number to MHA, P.O. Box 35032, Charlotte, NC 28235. Be sure to include your email and phone number in case weather forces cancellation. Attendees are invited to tour the Levine Museum of the New South after each of the lectures. Free parking is available in the 7th Street Station parking deck; the museum will validate parking tickets. Validated tickets are good for all-day parking on Saturdays. Register by January 31st.

 

Next event in the series will be February 15.




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