ArchiTreats: Food for Thought

The Alabama Department of Archives and History's lecture series: ArchiTreats: Food for Thought, continues on the third Thursday of each month in the Milo B. Howard, Jr. auditorium. Beginning at 12:05 PM, the public is invited to bring a sack lunch and to participate in these hour-long sessions on various aspects of Alabama history. Sponsored by the Friends of the Alabama Archives, the lectures and refreshments are provided free to the public. Please call (334) 353-4712 for more information.

January 18, 2007 -- “A White Preacher’s Message on Race and Reconciliation: Based on His Experiences Beginning with the Montgomery Bus Boycott”

February 15, 2007 -- “Art at the Archives”

March 15, 2007 -- “The South Did This To Me”

April 19, 2007 --“Alabama Traditions: An Overview of Alabama Folk Culture”

May 17, 2007 --“Discovering Alabama Forests”

June 21, 2007 -- “The Experience of Creek Indian Removal”

July 19, 2007 --“Fishing For Gold: the Story of Alabama’s Catfish Industry”

August 16, 2007 -- “Fallen Prince: William James Edwards, Black Education and the Quest for Afro American Nationality”

September 20, 2007 -- “Was There a Religious History of the American Civil War?”

October 18, 2007 --“You Can’t Get There From Here: Alabama Maps and Travel”

November 15, 2007 -- “Hogs in Alabama Culture”

December 20, 2007 --“Discoveries in Alabama Quilts”

TDD users may call (334) 242-4435 ext. 286

* denotes program in conjunction with the Alabama Tourism and Travel’s Year of Alabama Art campaign.

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Updated: November 29, 2007
Alabama Department of Archives & History
624 Washington Avenue
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-0100
Phone: (334) 242-4435