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SLIDER_09.17.13On Wednesday, September 25, as part of the History Is Lunch Series at the William F. Winter Archives and History Building, archivist Clarence Hunter will present “Marshall, Medgar, and Martin bring Justice to Mississippi.”

As we commemorate the fiftieth anniversaries of significant events during the Civil Rights Movement, Clarence Hunter, curator of the Tougaloo Civil Rights Collection at MDAH, will examine the lives of attorney Thurgood Marshall, activist Medgar Evers, and the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., and their work in and for Mississippi.


October 2: As part of Archives Month, Jeff Rogers and Cecilia Tisdale will present a program on finding digital content using the MDAH online catalog. WINTER BUILDING
October 9: As part of Archaeology Month, archaeologist Sam Brookes will present "Aspects of Mississippi Delta Prehistory." WINTER BUILDING
October 15: SPECIAL TUESDAY SESSION. Author Charles Bolton will discuss and sign copies of his new book, "William F. Winter and the New Mississippi: A Biography." OLD CAPITOL MUSEUM
October 16: MDAH archivist Chloe Edwards will discuss the "Gates v. Collier" decision and Parchman Penitentiary. WINTER BUILDING
October 23: Preview of the living history program "Present Meets Past." OLD CAPITOL MUSEUM
October 30: Museum of Mississippi History project director Cindy Gardner will talk about plans for the new museum. WINTER BUILDING
November 6: Methodist minister Rayford Woodrick will present “Methodism in Mississippi.” WINTER BUILDING
November 13: Mike Stoll, MDAH historian, will present "Above and Beyond: Mississippi's Medal of Honor Recipients." OLD CAPITOL MUSEUM

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