Spring library friends events announced
The Citadel's Daniel Library Friends events continue in 2003 with the first event set for Tuesday, Jan. 14.
Was the Civil War a revolutionary war? Emory Thomas, the visiting Mark Clark History Professor at The Citadel and distinguished Robert E. Lee biographer, will answer that question during his talk, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Daniel Library on The Citadel campus.
Thomas' address is one of several events sponsored by the Daniel Library Friends at The Citadel. The monthly programs examine Charleston's history and culture through speeches, demonstrations, seminars and slide presentations. This year's schedule includes a special event May 6 featuring author Antony Beevor, a No. 1 best-selling writer in the United Kingdom.
All programs are free and open to the public. Parking on campus is also free.
Other upcoming events include:
A tour of three mid-town churches and the Manigault House
German POWs in
Miss Alice R. Huger
Smith and her role in the Charleston renaissance
The 5th Emily Whaley
Memorial Garden Tour
From slavery to
freedom in 19th century Charleston
Chef Bob Waggoner
of the Charleston Grill -- Cooking Live!
World War II from
a Citadel veteran's perspective
A Brookgreen Garden
tour with Curator of Sculpture Robin Salmon
The siege of Charleston,
1863-1865 with Richard W. Hatcher III
The Fall of
Berlin with Antony Beevor
For additional information about The Citadel's Daniel Library Friends or events, contact Angie LeClercq at 843-953-1267.