Lakeport Legacies — Clinton Bagley — Truths & Reinterpreting the Past

Lakeport Legacies:

Truths & Reinterpreting the Past: Examples from the Lower Mississippi Valley

presented by

Clinton Bagley, Mississippi Department of Archives & History

Thursday, May 29, 2014 

Refreshments & Conversation @ 5:30 pm

 Program @ 6:00 pm

  
 Using Mount Holly, Washington County, MS (left) and Stanton Hall, Natchez, MS (right) as examples, historian Clinton Bagley will explore the architecture and history of the Lower Mississippi Valley. Images courtesy of Historic American Buildings Survey, Library of Congress; and Historic Resource Inventory Database, MDAH.


Historian and Greenville native, Clinton Bagley, will explore the architecture and history of the Lower Mississippi Valley. Using Mount Holly on Lake Washington and Stanton Hall in Natchez as his primary examples, Bagley will slay popular myths and show how historic records, genealogy and oral histories can bring a historic house to life. 

Please RSVP to this Free Event
870.265.6031
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Lakeport Legacies (LL) meets in the Dining Room of the Lakeport Plantation house. LL, held on one of the last Thursdays of the month at the Lakeport Plantation, features a history topic from the Delta. For more information, call 870.265.6031.