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Magical History Tour!

These talks are scheduled for 6 p.m. at the New Castle-Henry County Public Library on the second Thursdays of the month throughout 2022.  Our goal is to offer each talk twice throughout the year, once at the Library and once somewhere else in the county.  Please consult the schedule here for the most up-to-date information!  Due to lingering pandemic concerns, these talks will also be live-streamed by the Library on their Facebook page.  Check the Library Events page here for more information and to register.

At each talk, we will have Henry County 200 information and t-shirts for $15 each.  There is no charge for any talk.

** TENTATIVE

THURSDAY, JANUARY 13     Early Migration (Pre-Civil War) to Henry County     Kaye Ford, Indiana Genealogical Society Henry County Genealogist since 2015
 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10     Black History of Henry County
  Ricky Cottman, author of In Colored Circles


THURSDAY, MARCH 10     Women in Henry County History
   Nan Polk

THURSDAY, APRIL 14    Life of Robert Indiana
   Richard Bouslog & Aaron Dicken (see livestream at Facebook.com/HenryCounty200)

THURSDAY, MAY 12   History of Henry County Churches  
  Dr. Sam Frost


THURSDAY, JUNE 9   Life of Wilbur Wright

**THURSDAY, JULY 14   Hoosier Gym History**

THURSDAY, AUGUST 11  Indiana High School Basketball Hall of Fame
   Chris May

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8   The Mystery of Catherine Winters
  Colleen Steffen


**THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13    Maxwell/Chrysler History in Henry County**
    Gene Ingram, President, Henry County Historical Society

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10   War Comes to Plum Street
   Bruce Smith, Author

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8   Chrysler Strike/Perfect Circle Strike
   Darrel Radford, Co-Executive Director, Henry County Historical Society

TALKS AT OTHER LOCATIONS IN 2022:
Saturday, October 22, Henry County Historical Society & Museum, 2-4 p.m.: Early Migration (Pre-Civil War) to Henry County    
  Kaye Ford, Indiana Genealogical Society Henry County Genealogist since 2015

Early Migration to Henry County