Actor and Playwright Paxton Williams Presents "Listening to the Still Small Voice: The Story of George Washington Carver" at the Historic Old Courthouse
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“Listening to the Still Small Voice: The Story of George Washington Carver” Presented Friday, February 29, 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM by actor and playwright Paxton Williams, a graduate of Dr. Carver’s alma mater, Iowa State University at Jefferson National Expansion Memorial-Historic Old Courthouse.
African Americans have played central roles in some of the most triumphant and courageous moments in the history of the United States. During National African American History Month, the National Park Service will honor the rich heritage of African Americans and pay tribute to their many contributions to the nation through a month long series of free performances and presentations.
Did You Know?
The Lewis and Clark expedition sent back animals to President Jefferson from Ft. Mandan. Four magpies, a prairie dog, and a sharptailed grouse were sent back with Corporal Warfington. Unfortunately, only the prairie dog and one magpie survived the arduous journey. Learn more about the journey here. More...