The Museum of History is proud to host this annual lecture series featuring speakers from Thomas County and beyond. Join us every Tuesday in March at 7:30 PM for an in-depth exploration of the past.
This year’s presenters include Ann Harrison, Executive Director of the Historical Society; Dr. Andrew Frank, Associate Professor of History at Florida State University; Bill Marshall, lawyer and columnist; and Roy Lilly, Jr., Associate Judge of Magistrate Court of Thomas County, and David Hutchings, Jr., Thomas County Clerk of Courts. Admission is free and open to Society members and the public
Schedule of Presenters
Executive Director, Thomas County Historical Society
Thomas County History: 101
Dr. Andrew Frank
Allen Morris Associate Professor of History, Florida State University
The Making of Chief Osceola: The Seminoles & The Abolitionists
Jock Whitney: A Closer Look
Roy M. Lilly, Jr.
Associate Judge, Magistrate Court of Thomas County
David G. Hutchings, Jr.
Clerk of Courts, Thomas County
History & Renovation of the Thomas County Courthouse