Legacies: 18th Annual Dallas History Conference

Staff DevelopmentLegacies is a biannual publication devoted to the rich history of Dallas and North Central Texas as a way to examine the many historical legacies-social, ethnic, cultural, political-which have shaped the modern city of Dallas and the region around it. Every January, a conference is held delving into the unique history of Dallas through a variety of speakers. Join us this year for Dallas Rediscovered. Saturday, January 28th, 2017 8:00am - 12:30pm Hall of State, Fair Park Schedule: 8:00am - Registration and morning refreshments 9:00am - The Story of the Knights of Pythias Buildings by Carol Roark (Fort Worth, TX) 9:30am - The Other Expo: The 1937 Greater Texas and Pan American Exposition by Mark Rice (Dallas, TX) 10:00am - Morning break, refreshments, and book sales 10:30am - Dallas and the Drive-In by Nancy McCoy (Dallas, TX) 11:00am - Thomas Stell's Ceramic Murals for Texas Instruments by Linda East (Houston, TX) 11:30am - Break 11:45am - Conversation with a History Maker: Lindalyn Adams Conducted by Gary N. Smith 12:30pm - Adjourn
Source:Dallas Heritage Village
Grade Level:Both
Topics:Progressive Era, Texas in the 1920s, Great Depression

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