FW: [ISM Brownbag] ISM BB March 11, 2009
Dear Brown Baggers,
Please see the email below for information on the Illinois State Museum Brown Bag Seminar.
Additional info. regarding the March 11th , 7:00pm Paul Mickey lecture at the main Illinois State Museum building (Spring & Edwards Streets)...
The exhibition gallery will be open prior to the lecture so you may visit the...
From Humble Beginnings: Lincoln 's Illinois , 1830-1861 exhibit . (This event is free and open to the public.)
Illinois Association of Museums
1 Old State Capitol Plaza
Springfield, IL 62701
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Sent: Friday, March 06, 2009 9:22 AM
Subject: [ISM Brownbag] ISM BB March 11, 2009
Illinois State Museum Brown Bag Seminar
NOON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2009
Research and Collections Center
1011 East Ash Street
Springfield , IL
Small Farms are Real Farms
Extension Specialist, Small Farm and Sustainable Agriculture
University of Illinois Extension
State Sustainable Agriculture Coordinator
Deborah will discuss what is a small farm and why they are important environmentally, ecologically and socially. She will also provide information about state, regional and national organizations serving small farmers.
ALSO ON WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00PM AT THE ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM--SPRING & EDWARDS STREETS IN THE THORNE DEUEL AUDITORIUM will be the...
Paul F. Mickey Monthly Programs in Archaeology & Natural Sciences
Discover Illinois ' rich prehistoric and historic past by attending an ISM Paul F. Mickey Monthly Program in Archaeology and Natural Sciences. A different speaker and topic are featured each month. For more information on upcoming topics and speakers, please contact Nina Walthall at (217) 782-0061.
The lecture is being held at the main ISM building to complement the current exhibit- From Humble Beginnings: Lincoln ’s Illinois , 1830-1860.
MARCH 11, 2009, 7:00PM
Archaeology at the Lincoln Home National Historic Site
Dr. Vergil E. Noble, Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service
Dr. Noble directed archaeology at the National Historic Site from 1987 through 1993 and will discuss the restoration of the site in 1987 and 1988, as well as archaeology necessitated by the restoration of Lincoln ’s residence, beginning in 1950. He will also review more recent excavations carried out prior to the restoration of a half dozen other nineteenth-century homes in the area surrounding the Lincoln Home.
Hope you can attend both lectures.
Illinois State Museum
Research & Collections Center
1011 East Ash Street
Springfield , Illinois 62703-3500