Contested Civil Liberties 19th Century McLean County

Join us for the Central Illinois Chapter of the ACLU of Illinois’ event Contested Civil Liberties 19th Century McLean County on Tuesday, April 11 2023, starting at 7pm at The McLean County Museum of History or streamed virtually. The event will feature Greg Koos, Executive Director Emeritus of the McLean County Museum of History. Koos' remarks review the story of the diverse people and events of McLean County.

Greg Koos has been recognized with numerous state and national awards for his work serving and leading the McLean County Museum of History. Most recently he wrote a book, Freedom, Land, and Community: A History of McLean County, Illinois 1730-1900.

Please note that masks are welcome, but not required for this event.

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Tuesday, April 11 from 7 - 8:30 PM
The McLean County Museum of History
The Governor Fifer Courtroom
200 North Main Street
Downtown Bloomington, IL

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