LUNCHTIME LAGNIAPPE: DISAPPEARING HISTORY
LUNCHTIME LAGNIAPPE: DISAPPEARING HISTORY

This event is free and open to the public.

Fort Proctor, one of several forts built along Lake Borgne in Southeastern Louisiana following the War of 1812, was designed and construction commenced in 1856, but was soon halted in 1859, due to a hurricane and events associated with the beginning of the American Civil War.  Ursula Emery McClure’s interest in recoding ecological changes within the dynamic coastal environment led her to investigate this site which is under extreme environmental risk.

Ursula Emery McClure is an A. Hays Town Professor in the LSU School of Architecture.

Lunchtime Lagniappe is an ongoing series of brown bag talks that last approximately 30 minutes plus Q&A. Attendees are welcome to come and go as the their lunch hour permits.

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DATE(S):
Wed
11
Jul
TIME: 12:00 PM
PARKING SUGGESTION:
LOCATION: 660 N 4th St, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802
ADDITIONAL INFO:
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WEBSITE: LouisianaStateMuseum.org