OLLI at UAH Course - America’s Longest Conflict – The Apache Wars

Tuesday, October 11, 2022- November 1, 2022 Multiday event - 21 days

1:30 PM 2:45 PM

Online

Offered through Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UAH

For over 25 years, the American military was involved in a supreme struggle with the Apaches for control of the American Southwest. At one point in time, over one-fourth of the entire American Army was involved in this campaign that perhaps began with the kidnapping of a 12-year-old boy and ended with the imprisonment in Florida, Alabama, and Oklahoma of the Apache leadership and their families. This course will discuss the politics and battles as well as the personalities including Geronimo, the Apache Kid, Mickey Free, Cochise as well Generals Crook and Miles.

Tuesday (4 sessions) | Cost: $25 | Instructor: Dr R Rhone | Online

OLLI Alabama Shares | The University of Alabama

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About OLLI at UAH

OLLI at UAH is a vibrant community of lifelong learners age 50+. It offers members the opportunity to stay intellectually and socially active through courses, special activities, and bonus lectures. Courses are currently offered in-person and online and cover various topics, which will enhance your knowledge and skills.


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Category
Conference/Lecture
department
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute - Courses
Audience
Public, Faculty and Staff, Alumni

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Clay Williams 256.824.6183 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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