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Dr. Andy Eisen will present lecture and exhibit of slavery, Indian removal and resistance in Volusia County. Created by incarcerated researchers as Stetson University's Community Education Project. Presented by the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop Alliance as part of the River to Sea Nature and History Corridor project supported by a grant from Florida Humanities. This Lecture is part of the Lost History Week from March 15 - 21 that includes lectures, exhibits and a virtual tour. No charge for this event but advance registration is required.