Historian, Glynda Thompson to speak on the History of Osceola

September 28, 2009 at 4:26 pm Leave a comment

  • “What was Osceola’s original name and why?”
  • “Why did area farmers take a rope to the   courthouse, threatening to hang the judge, and some landowners?”
  • “What was the original name of Violet Cemetery?”
  • “What was the first building in ‘New Town’ Osceola?”

Come and hear the answers to these questions and many more while you enjoy the interesting history of Osceola Thursday, October 8, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. The class will meet in the Mississippi County Hisotrical and Genealogical Society Museum, 209 West Hale, Osceola, AR . The class is FREE. There will be time to explore the museum.

CONTACT: Lena Guidry 870-762.3167 or email lguidry@smail.anc.edu

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