Massie Heritage Center welcomes Early American historian Christopher E. Hendricks for an evening of history exploring life in Victorian Savannah. Learn how this exciting age reshaped Savannah’s landscape, society and architecture. With the dawn of the nineteenth century, the city of Savannah found itself on the cusp of great change as it developed from a provincial colonial capital to a thriving and nationally important port city. Accompanying this shift was an equally exciting revolution in culture as Americans joined their European cousins in revolting against the rationality of the eighteenth-century in favor of emotional responses to experience as they expressed themselves through literature, music, and the visual arts.
Christopher E. Hendricks, Professor of History, Armstrong State University
Proudly Sponsored by the Savannah Downtown Neighborhood Association
Tuesday, June 7, 2016, 7 p.m.
Massie Heritage Center - 207 East Gordon Street
FREE, open to the public, refreshments served.
Reservations are required. RSVP by June 6 at (912) 395-5070 or online, http://bit.ly/1ssZA88