DAVENPORT, IOWA (December 1, 2020) — The Sauk war leader known to the American settlers as Black Hawk fought and lost a war in 1832 as he tried to retake his homeland. His grave was robbed in 1839. The history books say his remains were destroyed in a museum fire in 1853 at Burlington, Iowa. The history books are wrong. Find out what happened to the great warrior’s remains during this Zoom presentation on Wednesday, December 9, 6:30PM, by Russ Fry MA.

Registration is required to receive Zoom meeting details. Register here: https://davenportlibrary.libcal.com/event/7264282

Keep up with our virtual programming on our Virtual Branch Calendar of Events at https://davenportlibrary.libcal.com/calendar/virtual.

This event is FREE and open to the public. For more information visit www.davenportlibrary.com or call the library at (563) 326-7832.

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