Bartow County History and Landmarks in the Davis Morgan Mystery Series
Wednesday, August 15, 2018, 12 PM
Bartow History Museum
, 4 E. Church Street, Cartersville, GA 30120
The Bartow History Museum welcomes Author Danny Pelfrey to its lecture series on August 15th at noon. The title of his presentation is “Bartow County History and Landmarks in the Davis Morgan Mystery Series”. According to Pelfrey, “A sampling of the material one should expect to hear would include, the inspiration behind the creation of the mystery series set in Adairsville, the local history that triggers each story, and the history of several important landmarks included in the stories.” The lecture is free to museum members and included with the price of admission for non-members. For more information, call 770-387-2774 or visit our website at www.BartowHistoryMuseum.org
About the Speaker
Growing up in a poverty situation where he was often without access to TV for entertainment, Danny, in his early teens turned to books. It was not unusual for him, in his high school years, to read three or four books a week, thus his love affair with books developed early.
Danny received a degree from Point University and a Master of Ministry from Kentucky Christian University. He spent many years serving ministries with churches in several states. His writing endeavors, sparked by his wife's love of the craft, includes more than forty articles for national publications and a weekly newspaper column. His first book was ONE-WAY CHOICES IN A WRONG-WAY WORLD. In addition to the "Davis Morgan Mysteries," he has written with his wife, Danny compiled and served as one of the authors for LIFE IN ADAIRSVILLE, AN ANECDOTAL HISTORY OF A SMALL NORTH GEORGIA TOWN. Danny is a member of the Georgia Writers' Association and American Christian Fiction Writers.
About Bartow History Museum
The Bartow History Museum, located at 4 East Church Street in downtown Cartersville, Georgia, documents the history of northwest Georgia’s Bartow County, spanning more than 200 years since the Cherokee were the area’s primary residents. Artifacts, photographs, documents, and a variety of interactive permanent exhibits tell the story of settlement, Cherokee life and removal, Civil War strife, and lifestyles of years past. The Bartow History Museum also provides a variety of educational opportunities for adults, children, families, and school groups. Our extensive archives and research library contains photographs, documents, newspapers, rare books, genealogy records, oral history interviews, and more. For additional information, visit www.bartowhistorymuseum.org