Panel Discussion: Ms. Karen Little Coyote, Mr. Jeff Campbell, Mr. Al Addison, Sr. Second of eight lectures sponsored by the Tesoro Foundation to be given at the Central Library during the 2014/2015 season.
The Black Genealogy Search Group (BGSG) was created to increase the popularity of our common interests in genealogy and Black history. We hope to grow and expand our activities as we attract new members. We also want to experience enjoyable times when we are together and working on projects. By developing relationships and friendships, the organization will become even stronger.
How is it that there are more than 2000 bodies in Cheesman Park and what do they do? Are there floating heads beneath the Capitol Building? And how did the true Spider Man operate in Denver? Hear these creepy stories and many more with author Phil Goodstein.
Panel discussion about wilderness with Dan Jiron, Regional Forester, U.S. Forest Service; Sue Masica, Regional Director, National Park Service; and Ruth Welch, State Director, Bureau of Land Management.
Charles Wilkinson, distinguished professor and author of "Fire on the Plateau" and "Crossing the Next Meridian," will deliver his lecture about the Wilderness Act, followed by audience remarks and book signing.
Meetings consist of a short business meeting and a program designed to help you with your Swedish family history research or to explore the Swedish culture, past and present. For more information about SGSC, visit http://swedgensoc.org/