Shenandoah National Park contains reminders of the nearly 1,000 people who were forced off the land for the park’s creation. How these residents resisted or accepted their dispossession, how state authorities justified removing people from the land, and what those removals meant for the former residents and for the history of the park will be discussed during this program led by George Mason University history professor Mills Kelly. Held in the MSV Reception Hall.
Pay what you can. Register by May 18; sign up online or call 540-662-1473, ext. 240.