One Way History: Bozeman’s Historic East Mendenhall Street

Dates: May 28, 2020

Meets: Thurs. 10:00 - 11:30 AM: Webex Webinar - Live

Registration Only: $0.00

Crystal Alegria, director of The Extreme History Project, will present "One Way History: Bozeman’s Historic East Mendenhall Street." The Extreme History Project is a nonprofit that brings history to the public in fun, engaging and relevant ways.

Alegria will discuss the history and lore of East Mendenhall Street by traveling virtually down the one-way street. Participants will learn about Bozeman’s red-light district and East Side School (now Hawthorne Elementary School), as well as notable characters such as the Frazier family, Madam Libbie Hayes and long-time resident Fannie Woodson. She will illustrate this fascinating history with photos, historic maps and oral history accounts of this stretch of historic East Mendenhall Street. 


Fee:   $0.00

Crystal Alegria

Crystal Alegria is the director of The Extreme History Project, a nonprofit that makes history relevant. She has worked in the field of public history and archaeology education for last twenty years at a variety of museums and heritage organizations. She co-founded The Extreme History Project and has helped build the organization into an award-winning nonprofit. She has a bachelor's in anthropology and a master's in history from Montana State University.

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