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D'Iberville: Remembering Katrina, Celebrating Recovery

March, 1st 2017 | Posted in Arts and Culture


USA Marx Library 3rd Floor
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This exhibit tells the story of this small town’s experiences following Hurricane Katrina. From the period immediately following the passage of the hurricane to its recovery as a vibrant economic leader in South Mississippi, the exhibit uses pictures, artifacts, artwork in several media, and the words of both the citizens of D’Iberville and the volunteers who came from 49 states and 7 foreign countries to travel through the devastation to the first disaster responses all the way to recovery. The exhibit will be on display from March 1 through April 30, 2017. It is free and open to the public during regular library hours.

Sharon Tayler - 251-460-7021 or stayler@southalabama.edu




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