NOW SCHEDULED FOR FALL 2022
The 1910s: A Tumultuous Decade
Authors – Historians – Experts
Teachers receive up to 15 hours of state-approved professional development hours for participation
Presented by the National Automobile Museum
This is an ideal event for history and automobile enthusiasts and those simply interested in unique, thought-provoking presentations.
Many will argue about which decade has been our most important, but few will debate that 1910 to 1920 has to be near the top of the list. We fought the first of the great World Wars, dove headlong into the industrial revolution, launched the women’s suffrage campaign, engaged in movements, invented technologies, and created movies and music that continue to impact our society today.
In these turbulent years, America faced social reform at home (labor unrest, racial discrimination, environmentalism, etc.) and grappled with foreign relations during a time when alliances, imperialism, communism, militarism and nationalism were at the forefront.
You won’t want to miss this chance to learn about these tumultuous years from local, regional and national award-winning authors and lecturers.
More information to come.