Sisters, Marci and Teresa grew up along Highway 12, Nebraska’s Outlaw Trail. They incorporate their rural experience and research into narrative cowboy poetry and music. Props and PowerPoint enhance this educational and entertaining presentation. Topics include the complex characters and situations of the Western Movement such as: outlaws Doc Middleton (Nebraska’s Robin Hood) and Kid Wade, women who became entangled into webs of crime, livestock, and rustlers.
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Humanities Nebraska: Marci Broyhill & Teresa Kay Orr, Sisters from Outlaw Trail
September 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFREE
HUMANITIES NEBRASKA PROGRAMS IN THE KIMMEL GALLERY
MORTON-JAMES PUBLIC LIBRARY, 923 1ST CORSO
Marci Broyhill & Teresa Kay Orr
Sisters from Outlaw Trail: Riders of the Hoot Owl Trail – Nebraska’s Outlaws
These sisters incorporate their rural experience and research into narrative cowboy poetry and music.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2022
The mission of Humanities Nebraska is to help Nebraskans explore what connects us and makes us human. Their vision: Nebraskans possess the knowledge, understanding, and empathy to cultivate a more informed, thoughtful, and just society.