Oil Still Bleeds - Refloat the Oklahoma and more (after the attack on Pearl Harbor)

June 18th, 2022 - 1:00 pm

Oil Still Bleeds - Refloat the Oklahoma: The story of the US Navy’s effort to refloat the sunken ship
and attempt to put her back into service, and the efforts of family and the Navy
to identify the remains of more than 400 members of the crew that perished during the attack on Pearl Harbor 

A series of talks adding depth and breadth to the subject of the Oil Still Bleeds exhibition presented by the Fort Miles Museum

Featured Lecturer: Dr. Gary Wray, Founding President FMHA & Friends

Location: The talks in the series will be held in the Oil Still Bleeds exhibition space with the USS Arizona relic acting as a touchstone to & reminder of the reality of the events and people described in the talks.

Date: June 18, 2022

·      Followed by a 2 pm museum tour for those who are interested

Lectures are free to the public; seating limited by reservation; RSVP to Horizon Philanthropic at 302-644-0107

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