Know Your Neighbors: Missouri and Iowa in the 19th Century

Dates: November 2, 2022

Meets: W from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Location: MCC North Express 305

Registration Fee: $29.00

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Get to know Nebraska's neighbors. This course will focus on the 19th century histories of Iowa and Missouri from the days of Lewis and Clark to the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.
Fee: $29.00
Hours:2.00
CEUs:0.20

MCC North Express 305

Quintin Slovek

Quintin Slovek is a fourth-generation Omahan and a graduate of Loyola University Chicago and the University of Alabama American Studies Master's Program where he focused on early 20th century popular culture. Quintin worked as a teacher's assistant and later guest-lecturer for Omaha Public Schools award-winning Making Invisible Histories Visible Program from 2013 to 2019. He also served as an assistant artist and historical researcher for the South Omaha Mural Project, a public art series dedicated to the area's immigrant communities. He has also worked as a tour guide for the last three years, primarily focused on the Old Market area. His interests include labor and immigration history, Prohibition and organized crime, and collecting the merch of old-school Omaha restaurants, breweries, and other institutions.

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