Researching Your Home and the People Who’ve Lived There
Saturday, March 9, 2 p.m.
Neosho County Community College, 900 E Logan, Ottawa, KS
Researching a property—whether an old home, a new business, or a section of pastureland—can do more than tell us the history of a space; it can also help us build a human connection to the people who came before us and the history they experienced. This presentation helps participants consider creative ways to study documents and assemble a meaningful narrative with information found through research.
This program is presented by Diana Staresinic-Deane, executive director of the Franklin County Historical Society.
“Researching Your Home and the People Who Lived There” is part of Humanities Kansas’s Movement of Ideas Speakers Bureau, featuring presentations and workshops designed to share stories that inspire, spark conversations that inform, and generate insights that strengthen civic engagement.
This program is free and open to the public! For more information, call (785) 242-1250.