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Evansville Museum Bicentennial Lecture Series

  • Aired: 03/24/2012
  • 01:16:37
  • Rating: NR
Dr. Darrel Bigham USI History Dept. Emeritus, examines why Evansville succeeded and prospered for 200 years on the Ohio River and other city and towns of the time have disappeared.
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Dr. Bigham USI History Prof. (Rtd) Why did Evansville prosper and other towns die?
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