Join CU professor Margaret L. Woodhull, Ph.D. in an exploration of classical Acropolis in Athens. Adventure through ancient Greek architecture, art, culture, theater, and politics of High Classical Athens.
When the city of Harman was founded southeast of Denver, the citizens could have had no idea of the changes that their little town would see in the years to come. After becoming part of Denver, then becoming a town dump, retail gold would rise from the trash in the form of the Cherry Creek Mall. There's very little of Harman left, but we'll explore its history before looking into just how Cherry Creek got so exclusive, with architecture and energy to spare. Join us for a 45-minute presentation at the Ross-Cherry Creek Library, with time afterward for general questions.
John Carson, of the National Park Service, is following in his ancestor's footsteps and works at the original Bent's Fort. Mr. Carson will transport attendees to the excitement of a big game buffalo hunt.
Dr. Tom Noel. Color-oddities: Strangest Things About the Highest State.
Dr. Noel will introduce attendees to the people, creatures, and other Colorado curiosities you have to see to believe. Part of the Tesoro Lecture series.
This seminar is presented by Fintan Mullan and Gillian Hunt, representatives of the Ulster Historical Foundation, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
-Introduction to Irish and Scots-Irish Family History Research
-The Ulster Plantation: Sources for 17th Century Families
-Records Relating to the Different Churches in Ireland
-Solving Your Brick-Walls: Practical Internet Tutorial and Resolving Research Queries