Cora-Dowlafcadio-hearn-1406Hidden History of Cincinnati

Presented by author Jeff Suess

November 19, 2017, 4:30 pm

at the Little Red Schoolhouse


History isn’t just what happened in the headlines.  Someone famous one day may be a faded memory the next.  There are so many colorful stories that have been lost to time – tales of bravery, fortitude, ambition, comedy, and tragedy.  At the heart of the stories are real people who are worth knowing – such as Cora Dow who was blacklisted for her revolutionary approach to drug stores in Cincinnati, and Annie Oakley who beat her future husband in a shooting contest just outside the city!  Author Jeff Suess reveals the triumphs and tribulations of the first major American city founded after the American Revolution.

Please join us for a delightful dinner after the presentation.

Reservations:  Member $40, Non-Members $50

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The Society is dedicated to preserving the heritage and promoting history of the Village of Indian Hill, Ohio. It manages two historical landmarks, the Bonnell House, also known as Buckingham Lodge, and the Little Red Schoolhouse. Archives of Village history are maintained at Buckingham Lodge. The Schoolhouse may be rented for special gatherings and meetings. Programs are presented on building and home architecture, art, local history, and noteworthy families who have lived or are living in the area.