The first Sunday of the month, the Allen County–Fort Wayne Historical Society presents the George R. Mather Sunday Lecture Series. The series consists of a number of informative lectures presented by subject-matter experts, in an effort to educate the community on local history and often to illuminate the role that Allen County people and events have played in the broader scope of national and international affairs.
This month’s virtual lecture is “Alice Hamilton of Fort Wayne: Scientist and Social Reformer” presented by Bill Ringenberg and Matthew Ringenberg. The St. Marys, St. Joseph and Maumee Rivers have left their indelible mark on Fort Wayne. The rivers have carved and created stories within our culture. Those rover images and stories will be featured.
For a link to the virtual lecture, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Links will be sent one hour prior to the lecture.
This program received funding from an Indiana Humanities Action Grant.