The Ohio River was the boundary between Kentucky, a slave-state, and Indiana, a free state. Three sites—Historic Locust Grove in Kentucky and the Carnegie Center for Art and History and Town Clock Church, both in Indiana—share their approaches to interpreting the history of enslavement, emancipation, and escape along the Ohio River. (Lunch not provided)
The first stop will be at the Town Clock Church in New Albany, Indiana, approximately 15 minutes from the Galt House Hotel. The bus will depart The Galt House at 11:30AM (TBC).
Registration details on Pheedloop in "schedule"
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