Women's History at Noon - Althea R. Sherman's Chimney Swifts' Tower

March 10
12:00 to 1:00PM
Council Bluffs Public Library

Barbara Boyle talks about native Iowan Althea R. Sherman (1853-1943), who launched a second, self-taught career at age 50, in the science of ornithology. She made of her 'Acre of Birds' in northeast Iowa, a living research laboratory, and studied 42 specific bird species for 7 to 36 years each.

Virtual Program – Register to view with us in Room B or pre-register to view from home. A different program every Wednesday in March in celebration of Women’s History Month! Face masks and social distancing are required for in-person events and programs. This series is brought to you in part by the State Historical Society of Iowa.

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Contact: Marlys Lien
(712) 323-7553 x135
mlien@councilbluffslibrary.org
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