L&C Experts Highlighted in Illinois Bicentennial Podcast

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Article by: Laura Inlow, L&C Media Services, linlow@lc.edu

Illinois Humanities’ “lllinois Turns 200” podcast kicks off in Alton and features the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center's Dr. Charlie Blake on the capture of a bull shark in the Mississippi in 1937; L&C Adjunct instructor and Lewis and Clark State Historic Site manager Brad Winn on one of the earliest civilizations in North America (which just happened to be right outside Alton); and L&C Reid Memorial Librarians Liz Burns and Greg Cash on the very first soybean planted in Illinois; and more!

Check out the series at https://www.ilhumanities.org/program/illinois-bicentennial/

Listen to the Alton episode at https://soundcloud.com/ilhumanities/illinois-turns-200-alton-edition

See more photos from the live taping: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lewisandclarkcc/albums/72157694862094870/with/43591870414/

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