Tom will discuss some historically important geographical, social, political and economic features of the area that make the Refuge such an interesting place to visit. The impact of Indians, settlers, trappers, slaves, soldiers, and politicians will be discussed as we walk the same paths that they did. We will meet on the site where one of our true heroes is buried.
The outing will be physically easy. From Oakland City, drive east on State Road 64 and follow the brown Snakey Point signs. Turn left (north) on CR 1275 E. Continue to follow the Snakey Point signs until you reach County Road 75 S. From there, follow the special event signs to the destination. If it is raining, the program will be rescheduled for April 14th. For further information, call 812.677.2318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.