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Program Announcement for Delaware County Historical Society
Our own Powell- Liberty Historical Society volunteer, Sherry Carmichael, will be presenting the July 20 program for Delaware Historical Society. The details are below.
Date: July 20,2022
Time: 7:00 PM
Place: Stratford Barn, 2690 Stratford Road, Delaware, OH 43015
Title: Irena Carpenter’s Journal – A Woman’s Perspective on Traveling to the Ohio Territory.
This recorded program will tell the story of Irena Carpenter, wife of Nathan Carpenter, the first white family to settle in the county in what is now Liberty Township. Sherry will portray Irena Carpenter, who came here with her husband and 10 children in 1801. She will present a woman's perspective of coming to the wilderness of the Ohio Territory. Sherry wrote the script and performed as Irena in a video produced by the Powell-Liberty Historical Society. She will be present to answer questions.

Tickets are required. They can be reserved here- www.eventbrite.com/e/irena-carpenters-journal-a-womans-perspective-tickets-367711243227
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Timeline Tuesday. This timeline of 1975-1978 below shows the events during the 1970s that were happening in Delaware County. Many thanks to Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware County Historical Society and City of Delaware for the Our Shared History information. ... See MoreSee Less

Timeline Tuesday. This timeline of 1975-1978 below shows the events during the 1970s that were happening in Delaware County. Many thanks to Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware County Historical Society and City of Delaware for the Our Shared History information.

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I remember so many of these!!

It was so sad seeing Monnette Hall demolished, such a beautiful and grand building.

The legendary OWU coach and AD — and one of the nicest guys you could ever know — was Dr. Richard Gordin who became AD at OWU in 1977. Not Gordon. www.owu.edu/alumni-and-friends/owu-magazine/fall-2018/tribute-richard-d-gordin-52/

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Looks like Fran standing there

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