Monday, January 29, 2018

Sun, Oct 21 - One of a Kind Auction

at Fort Recovery Elementary/Middle School

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Sun, Sep 9, 3:00 - "Fort Loramie: It's Significant History and Recent Dig Discoveries", speaker Ken Sowards

Sunday, September 9, 3:00
Ken Sowards - American History Expert and Archaeology Enthusiast, "Fort Loramie - It's Significant History and Recent "Dig" Discoveries"

At the Fort Recovery State Museum. Free of charge.

Sun, Aug 19, 3:00 - "The Forts of Anthony Wayne", speaker David Simmons

Sunday, August 19, 3:00
David Simmons - Sr. Editor of OHC Timeline, "The Forts of Anthony Wayne"
 
Featuring the building of Fort Recovery and what was revealed in the "recently discovered Burbeck papers acquired by the Clements Library, University of Michigan
 
At the Fort Recovery State Museum. Free of charge.

Sun, Jul 1, 12:00 - Battlefield Walk with John Winkler

 Sunday, July 1, 12:00 - 2:00
 John Winkler - "Wabash 1791 Battlefield Walk"

After the walk, the author of numerous books in the Osprey Campaign Series, will entertain informal questions and discussion in the Community Room of the Museum. Limit of 30 Walk participants. Individual headphones.  

Free for patrons, $10* for non-patrons. Reservations Required. Call Museum - 419-375-4649, or director, Nancy Knapke - 419-375-4384


Sun, Jun 10, 3:00 - "Autumn of the Blacksnake", speaker William Hogeland

Sunday, June 10, 3:00
William Hogeland, Brooklyn, New York. "Autumn of the Black Snake!"

A rare opportunity to hear this respected/widely read author and historian.

NOTE LOCATION: The Nazarene Family Center, 401 E. Boundary St., Fort Recovery - 3 blocks from the museum. This venue allows for a larger audience, sound projection, and handicapped accessibility.

Free of charge.

Sun, May 6, 12:00-5:00 - Grand Re-Opening Events!

Sunday, May 6 - Grand Re-Opening Events

1:00 - 2:45 Fort Recovery Area Church Histories, Displays and Artifacts - Community Room

3:00 - 4:00 Speaker - Mary Ann Olding - Historian and Old World Researcher, " The Land of the Cross-Tipped Churches"

12:00 - 5:00 Chris Thompson, Archaeologist -Ball State Applied Anthropology Laboratories, Preview of Interactive Story Map Battlefield Tour, Displays/Explanations of Batteground Wayside Exhibits, and Archaeology Research Exhibit - Front Porch of Museum.  Funding Acknowledgement: This program is made possible, in part, by Ohio Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment of the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this exhibition do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment of the Humanities.

At the Fort Recovery State Museum. Free of charge.


Thursday, September 21, 2017

Sunday, Sept 24, 3:00 pm - Mary Stockwell Presentation "The Other Trails Tears: The Removal of the Ohio Indians"

In the Museum community room. Presentation is free.

The Indian Removal Act of 1830 was the culmination of the United States’ policy to force native populations to relocate west of the Mississippi River. The most well-known episode in the eviction of American Indians in the East was the notorious "Trail of Tears" along which Southeastern Indians were driven from their homes in Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi to reservations in present-day Oklahoma. But the struggle in the South was part of a wider story that reaches back across time to the closing months of the War of 1812, back through many states – most notably Ohio – and into the lives of so many tribes, including the Delaware, Seneca, Shawnee, Ottawa, and Wyandot (Huron). They, too, were forced to depart from their homes in the old Ohio Country to Kansas and Oklahoma.