The Persistence of Human Nature:

19th Century Public Records

Monday, August 5 | 7pm

Join Georgena Duncan, retired history professor at Arkansas Tech University, for a look at court filings and public records of yesterday. We tend to think of the 19th century as a time of straight-laced values and high moral standards. But human nature had its way then just as it does now – as evidenced by these records related to wills, divorces, civil disputes and the census.