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History Center: George R. Mather Lecture Series 2020-2021

  • 302 East Berry Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802
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  • Dates:
    November 1, 2020
    January 3, 2021
    February 7, 2021
    March 7, 2021
    April 4, 2021
    May 2, 2021
    June 6, 2021
  • Location: The History Center
  • Time: 2:00 PM
  • Price: Free
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Yes

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HISTORY CENTER ANNOUNCES
2020-2021 GEORGE R. MATHER
SUNDAY LECTURE SERIES
 
The History Center is proud to announce the presenters for the 2020-2021 George R. Mather Sunday Lecture Series. All lectures are held at 2pm at the History Center and are free to the public. Lectures will be offered virtually and in-person in accordance with the State of Indiana’s COVID-19 guidelines.
 
We encourage everyone interested in the series to follow us on Facebook or register with the History Center via email to receive updates about how to attend the lectures virtually. To register for virtual access, please send an email prior to the lecture date with your name, email address and if you are a History Center member to: administration@fwhistorycenter.org
 
All George R. Mather lectures are made possible through the generous support of the Floyd and Betty Lou Lancia Family Foundation.
 
The first presentation in the 2020-2021 George R. Mather Sunday Lecture Series on October 4 will feature Jack Lawson with “Historical Weaponry: Artifacts from the Revolutionary War, Civil War and More.”
 
The 2020-2021 schedule of speakers is as follows:
 
October 4, 2020: Jack Lawson – “Historical Weaponry: Artifacts from the Revolutionary War, Civil War and More.”
 
November 1, 2020: Daryl Baldwin – “Myaamiaataweenki: The Myaamia (Miami) Language.”
 
January 3, 2021: Blake Sebring – Bob Chase Celebrated (lecture and book signing)
 
February 7, 2021: Todd Maxwell Pelfrey – “Centennial Heritage: 100 Years of the Allen County-Fort Wayne Historical Society.”
 
March 7, 2021: Jennifer L. Boen – Asylum of Hope, Help and Sometimes Horror: Fort Wayne’s Institutional Care for People with Disabilities
 
April 4, 2021: Ray A. Boomhower – To Tame the Savageness of Man: Robert F. Kennedy and the 1968 Indiana Primary (lecture and book signing)
 
May 2, 2021: Ron Menze – “The Influence of the Confluence: Images from the Past of Fort Wayne’s Three Rivers.”
 
June 6, 2021: Bill Ringenberg and Matthew Ringenberg – “Alice Hamilton of Fort Wayne: Scientist and Social Reformer.” (lecture and book signing)
 
The History Center serves present and future generations by collecting, preserving, and sharing historic artifacts, documents, and images that describe the people, places, and events that define Fort Wayne and Allen County history.

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