City Barbeque Food for Thought Series: Falling In Love in Early America

Registration not required

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Cold Spring Branch

Description

To kick of the annual City Barbeque Food for Thought Series, we welcome the return of Dr. Burke Miller from the Northern Kentucky University History and Geography Department as he talks about falling in love in early America.  Why did the 19th century Americans increasingly use the phrase "falling in love" to describe their reasons for marrying?  Register now, as spots are limited, to find out how relationships began to change, especially for women, during the early 1800s.   Food provided by Highland Heights City Barbeque.

Age range: 16+

Snacks provided

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To kick of the annual City Barbeque Food for Thought Series, we welcome the return of Dr. Burke Miller from the Northern Kentucky University History and Geography Department as he talks about falling in love in early America.  Why did the 19th century Americans increasingly use the phrase "falling in love" to describe their reasons for marrying?  Register now, as spots are limited, to find out how relationships began to change, especially for women, during the early 1800s.   Food provided by Highland Heights City Barbeque.

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