Black History Month: "The African American Experience on Lake Adney"
Adult / History at Home -
Adult Fall 2022 - Summer 2023
Owning a lake home instills a sense of pride and identity. It is something that can be passed down and become part of a family’s culture through the generations. But for many African Americans, owning a lake home was an inaccessible dream. Until a man named George Gamble and Lake Adney. Learn about one Minnesota lake and its story of diversity with the Legacy of the Lakes Museum.
Join us online! This class will be held using the online platform, Zoom. Prior to the class, you will receive an email from the instructor with the Zoom invitation to access the class. Simply click the link on the day and time of the class and Kaci will lead you through the class from the comfort of your own home!
Kaci Johnson is the Director of Communications and Programming at the Legacy of the Lakes Museum. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in History and Norwegian from the University of North Dakota and a Master’s Degree in History, Public History emphasis, from North Dakota State University. She previously worked as Curator at Cass County Historical Society-Bonanzaville in Fargo, ND and was the interim site manager of the historic Comstock House in Moorhead, MN, totaling over 6 years of museum experience.