Iowa History 101 Series
Join the State Historical Society of Iowa for a 60-minute online learning series that focuses on the past lives of Iowans. The Iowa History 101 webinars share Iowa stories and the history of the state through a cultural history lens on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. Register for an upcoming program or watch a recorded presentation. Registration is required for each event. View past programs here.
All Iowa History 101 programs are scheduled from noon to 1 p.m. on the date of the presentation.
|Program Title (Click the link to register)
|Respect for the fallen, duty for the survivors: Robert T. Smith’s search for World War II servicemen lost in the South Pacific
|Victorian Woman and Pella, Iowan Sarah Rousseau: On Music, Travel and the Earps
|"A Colorful and Impressive Spectacle": Nine Decades of Tulip Time in Pella, Iowa
|Bert and Lou: The Story of the Herbert Hoover Family
|Iowa's African American Civil War Heritage
|Dr. David Brodnax, Sr.
|Iowa's Latinas/os: Forging Latinidad from Field to Campus
|To be announced
|From Relish Trays to Old Fashioneds: Sampling Iowa Supper Clubs