Topic: “Lucy Higgs Nichols’ Civil War: From Slavery to the Grand Army of the Republic”
Sponsors: Carnegie Center for Art and History, and the Louisville Historical League
Where: Carnegie Center for Art and History, New Albany Indiana 201 East Spring Street
Parking: Park in the lot behind the museum and enter through the Bank Street doors
Date & Time: 2 pm Sunday, February 17th, 2013
On Sunday, February 17th, 2 pm, at the Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany, Vic Megenity, Curt and Pam Peters will talk on the life of Lucy Higgs Nichols. Ms. Nichols was a slave who ran to freedom at Bolivar, Tennessee and reached the Indiana 23rd regiment camped there. This presentation will take about 40 minutes and then the group will view the permanent exhibit upstairs at the Carnegie Center for Art and History. This event is free and open to the public.
For more information on the Carnegie Center for Art and History, click on the website:
www.carnegiecenter.org for directions or call at 944-7336.