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Thursday, June 15
 

10:45am

Session 1A: Black Memory in Public History

If These Structures Could Speak…Retrieving the Memory of Institutions Established by African American Women in Columbia, SC

The Journey toward a Broader Understanding of Ben Delane and Celia Mann at Columbia's Mann-Simons Site


Speakers
avatar for Debbie Bloom

Debbie Bloom

Walker Local and Family History Center manager, Richland Library
Upcoming book contributions: 1. Librarianship and Genealogy: trends, issues, case studies: McFarland Press. 2. Women's Diaries and Letters of the South: progressive era, USC Press.
JG

Jeanette Guinn

If These Structures Could Speak…Retrieving the Memory of Institutions Established by African American Women in Columbia, SC - College of Charleston
avatar for Georgette Mayo

Georgette Mayo

Processing Archivist, Avery Center for African American History
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Vennie Deas Moore

Cultural Historian and Preservationist
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John Sherrer

The Journey toward a Broader Understanding of Ben Delane and Celia Mann at Columbia's Mann-Simons Site - Historic Columbia Foundation



Thursday June 15, 2017 10:45am - 12:15pm
Stern Center Room 201 71 George St, Charleston, SC 29401