Carrie Sowden, Archaeological Director of the National Museum of the Great Lakes, will be conducting a Winter course for six weeks for the Institute for Learning in Retirement with Baldwin Wallace University.
These presentations are by registration only through ILR – https://www.bw.edu/alumni/organizations/ilr/
January 8: The Great Lakes Top 10! Ten reasons why the Great Lakes are of international importance.
January 15: Shipwrecks & Archaeology. Follow the archaeological method as we investigate shipwrecks across Lake Erie.
January 22: Marquette & Bessamer #2. Take a look at Lake Erie’s most mysterious shipwreck.
January 29: Passenger Travel on the Great Lakes. Highlighting how people moved over the Great Lakes – from the 1800s to today.
February 5: The Archaeology of the Battle of Lake Erie and the War of 1812.
February 12: Anthony Wayne: Fact and Fiction. Talk with the archaeologist who uncovered the oldest steamboat that has been found in Lake Erie.