FOWL Presents Historian Jim Phillips January 24th, 2019 at 6 p.m. at the Wetumpka Public Library
Come enjoy this presentation, geared to honor Alabama's bicentennial (1819 - 2019) that takes a look at the old pioneer roads that settlers used to come into Alabama as it reached statehood. We will view a great video (narrated by Mr. Phillips) of amazing places and lost antebellum sites in Alabama, with a focus on antebellum ghost towns, lost and found antebellum treasures, antebellum riverboat and stagecoach travel, the early 1800s patent medicines, etc. Phillips will bring with him a table museum of antebellum bottles, coins, maps, and drawings. Everyone is invited to touch and examine these artifacts. This meeting is free and is open to the public.
The Friends of the Wetumpka Library (FOWL) has meetings which feature speakers that have something to do with the world of books or local interest. Past Speakers have included Rheta Grimsley Johnson, Carolyn Haines, Lexi George, Steve Flowers, Leslie Bailey, Kathryn Tucker Windham, Deborah Ford, Julia Spencer-Fleming, JoAnn Ross , Rob Dalby and Julia Oliver just to name a few! Meetings are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.