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Bush House Museum Lecture Series in #SalemOR

David Douglas Lecture“Uncommon Beauty: David Douglas in the Willamette Valley, 1825-1830”

with author Jack Nisbet

Wednesday, September 10 | 6 pm | Loucks Auditorium | Salem Public Library

David Douglas was an intrepid naturalist who left Scotland in 1824 for a life of adventure in the Pacific Northwest. This lecture, taking place in Loucks Auditorium at the Salem Public Library, is part of the Bush House Museum Lecture Series and is sponsored by the Salem Art Association in partnership with the Salem Public Library and the David Douglas Society. Jack Nisbet is a writer, teacher and naturalist based in Spokane, Washington. He has authored several noted books about David Douglas, including The Collector (winner of the PNBA book award) and David Douglas: A Naturalist at Work.

Free Admission

SAA Bush House Museum Lecture Series

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