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Kenneth Sivard Presenting “How The Civil War Affected the Choctaw Nation & Texas’ Involvement In It” Hopkins County Genealogical Society’s Monthly Meeting on Thursday

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Kenneth Sivard will present “How The Civil War Affected the Choctaw Nation & Texas’ Involvement In It” at the Hopkins County Genealogical Society’s monthly meeting on Thursday, November 21st at 7 pm. Kenny Sivard is a 7th generation resident of McCurtain County, OK.

Currently he is the president of the  McCurtain County Historical Society and serves on the board of directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society, and the board of directors of the Friends of Honey Springs Historic Battlefield. Kenny was formerly a history writer for the Oklahoma Edge Magazine and has written history articles for the McCurtain Gazette newspaper for over ten years. He makes his home in Idabel, Oklahoma, with his wife, Marvelle, and their four children.

HCGS Library, 611 N. Davis St., Sulphur Springs, TX 75482

 

 

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