Dr. Steve Nash, Curator of Anthropology at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science , will compare art, architecture, institutions, games, sacrifices, subsistence, in Pompeii and Tikal, Guatemala, which was occupied at the same time, with an eye towards commonalities and differences. This lecture will provide a sneak peek into A Day in Pompeii exhibition, opening at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science on September 14, 2012.
Hear the story of the historic Fort Logan Field Officer's Quarters near Quincy and Lowell. The 3-story brick home, built in 1889 on "officer's row," which still stands, is now a museum and has been designated a Denver Landmark. Fort Logan's story began in 1887 with the arrival of troops at the new "Camp Near the City of Denver." Over the years, thousands of soldiers and airmen enlisted, served, and were separated at Fort Logan until the military post closed in 1946.
You've seen Who Do You Think You Are and Faces of America. Work with James Jeffrey to explore the resources necessary to be successful in your search for your family history. James K. Jeffrey is the DPL Genealogy Specialist. Hi is active with the National Genealogical Society and is past president of the Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies.