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Tallahassee Historical Society Bicentennial Historians Conference

Tallahassee Historical Society 3362 Foley Drive, Tallahassee, Florida

The Tallahassee Historical Society presents a free and open to the public historical conference. This will be a two day event with panel discussions from several historians commemorating the Bicentennial of Tallahassee and Leon County. Discussions will primarily focus on Florida's Territorial period, 1821-1845. Speakers: Dr. Larry Rivers, Professor of History Florida A&M University, Keynote speaker; Patsy West, independent scholar; Joe Knetsch, Independent scholar; James M. Denham, Professor of History

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