Goin' Down to Cairo: Folksongs in the Land of Lincoln
A Road Scholar Program by Bucky Halker
Susan B. Anthony, the Invincible! Arrested, tried and convicted for voting in the 1872 presidential election, Miss Anthony became the symbol of the struggle for women's suffrage.
San Angelo History Harvest.
War & Society Roundtable Discussion. The Mississippi Humanities Council has awarded a grant to the University of Southern Mississippi to expand its War & Society Roundtable to a wi
Local and Legendary: Maine in the Civil War - Who Were the Zuoaves?—Robert “Maynard” Kufrovich
Commonwealth Speakers Program
The Underground Railroad in Quilts?
The 2014 Bismarck State College BookTalk. This year’s theme is “Light a Fire Within” and will discuss three outstanding books about books.
Book discussion series in which participants will explore the interconnectedness of their lives through agrarian novels that provide insight into the human ecosystem.
Bell ringing across the nation and around the world marks fiftieth anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech, "Let Freedom Ring."
A three-day book festival celebrated each year during the second full weekend of October in Downtown Nashville.
Scholar-led reading and discussion series at 65 libraries across the country commemorates the sesquicentennial of the Civil War and Emancipation. The NEH-funded series draws on March
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