Plants and Planter:
Henry William Ravenel
and the Convergence of
Science and Agriculture
in the 19th-Century South
Saturday September 20, 2014
Currell College Auditorium 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
* * * Admission is Free * * *
This event is organized in partnership with the
A. C. Moore Herbarium, McKissick Museum, and
South Caroliniana Library.
Join us for a series of talks commemorating the 200th birthyear of a remarkable 19th-century South Carolina Scientist and alumnus of South
Carolina College (USC).
|9 a.m.||- Rudy Mancke||- The importance of natural history collections|
|10 a.m.||- David Rembert||- USC and HWR: The Student, the Scientist, the Botanist|
- Historic Horseshoe
- A. C. Moore Herbarium
- McKissick Museum - Natural History Collections
- South Caroliniana Library
|Noon||BREAK FOR LUNCH|
|1 p.m.||- Richard Porcher||- South Carolina's 19th-Century coastal landscape: implications for Ravenel and his contemporaries|
|2 p.m.||- Harry Shealy||- Henry Ravenel: The Aiken years|
|3 p.m.||Viewing of exhibit (McKissick Museum 2nd floor lobby)|
Directions to Currell College
On street parking:
As this event is scheduled on a Saturday and the Gamecocks will not be playing at home, there should be ample opportunity for parallel parking on
surrounding roadways. Please check enforcement times for any metered spaces as these may vary.
Pendleton Street Garage - RECOMMENDED:
Metered spaces in this garage are not enforced on Saturdays. map
Bull Street Garage:
There is limited metered parking available, and there may be heavy traffic in this area related to an orientation event. Again please check
enforcement times for this garage as they may vary. map