What's New at the Historical Commission
2019 Nashville 102 Lecture Series
Back by popular demand, Dr. Carole Bucy, Davidson County Historian, will present a new series of her popular Nashville 102 classes for 2019. The four-session series will focus on Nashville's history from the Civil War era up through recent history.
"Beyond the Antebellum Past, Toward a Global Future (1865-2010)"
- Session 1: Monday, September 9: "Gilded Age Nashville - Becoming the Athens of the South (1865-1900)"
- Session 2: Monday, September 16: "Progressive Era Nashville - Becoming the Wall Street of the South (1900-1939)"
- Session 3: Monday, September 23: "War, Peace, and Music (1939-1957)"
- Session 4: Monday, September 30: "Living and Working Together: Integrating the People - Integrating the Government (1958-2010)"
All lectures will be held at the Lentz Public Health Center (Centennial Meeting Rooms B and C), 2500 Charlotte Ave., from 11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Due to space limitations, pre-registration is required. Please visit our Eventzilla page to register for Nashville 102.
Call the MHC at 615-862-7970 or email Caroline.Eller@nashville.gov with any questions.
2019 Nashville 101 Lecture Series
"From Mound Builders to Minie Balls: A Survey of Nashville History up to the Civil War"
If you missed this year's Nashville 101 lectures, you can watch videos of the four-part series on the MetroNashville YouTube channel using the session links below.