Program Type:Authors/Performers, Virtual Program
Did you ever consider writing about a historic event, whether fiction or nonfiction, but felt you didn't have the ability to do so or that you had no idea where to start? Join this program and learn about a new book, The 1849 Cholera Outbreak in Jefferson City, and its origin. You will learn not only about the story line but also explore how it came together, including some of the resources used in the research and writing process. The presenter will be Gary Elliott, a music educator by training who works as a professional land surveyor. He has published two previous books: The History of the Jefferson City and Cole County Councils of the Boy Scouts of America, 1910-1929 and They Came and They Went: A Brief History of the B'nai Sholem Cemetery (Along With Those Interred There).
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