Jeff Barnes, Humanities Nebraska speaker, will present a program, “A BAD MAN IN A BETTER PLACE, JESSE JAMES IN NEBRASKA”, on Friday, April 6th at 1 pm at the Peppermill Restaurant.
This presentation is made possible by Humanities Nebraska, the Nebraska Cultural Endowment, and the Outlaw Trail Scenic Byway as part of the HN Speakers Bureau.
A fifth-generation Nebraskan, Jeff Barnes is a former newspaper reporter and editor, trustee with the Nebraska State Historical Society, past chairman of the Nebraska Hall of Fame Commission, and former marketing director for the Durham Museum. He is the author of “Forts of the Northern Plains”, “The Great Plains Guide to Custer”, and “The Great Plains Guide to Buffalo Bill”.
Lunch starts at 12 pm and a very brief Scenic Byway annual business meeting during lunch with the presentation at 1 pm. Everyone is welcome for lunch and/or this interesting and informative program. Did you know this famous outlaw once wanted to buy a farm in Nebraska?
Join Al Brock on the KVSH Comment Program on Monday, April 2nd at 10:15 am CT to hear more about this upcoming program.