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Thursday March 5, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday March 9, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_civil_war2 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM CANCELLED The American Civil War Era - U.S. Grant, His Lieutenants and Union Naval Support    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A multi-session series centered on the military leadership of General U.S. Grant, his lieutenants and support by Union Naval forces from 1861 to 1865.  The series includes lecture, discussion and videos. Each month is topic oriented - you may join at any time without being concerned you have missed earlier sessions. 

Session Dates: The 2nd Monday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM. Please check the Events Calendar each month in the event it is necessary to cancel or move a session to an alternate date. 

Jan 12 -  Forts Henry and Donelson - Army and Naval Coordination Open the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers
Feb 9 -  The Move to Vicksburg - Shilo, Corinth
Mar 9 - Confederate Counter-Attacks in Tennessee and Kentucky
April 13 -  Early Engagements at Vicksburg  - Sherman and Naval Efforts
May 11  - Vicksburg Falls - An Army and Naval Joint Effort - The Mississippi Closes
June 8 - TBA

Suggested readings:  Ulysses S. Grant,  Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant. Bruce Catton - Grant Moves South (1861-63) and Grant Takes Command (1863-65). James M. McPherson,   War on the Waters: The Union and Confederate Navies, 1861-1865, 2012.

Presenter Rodger Duffy has a Master’s Degree in Political Geography from Northwestern University and taught at DePaul University in Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Until recently, he led the American History Discussion Group at the Mt. Lebanon Library for seven years.

COMPLETED -  2014 Sessions
Grant - From West Point to the War with Mexico and Resignation
Grant’s Civilian Interlude - Missouri and Illinois
The War Begins - Grant’s Command in Illinois and Missouri
Grant’s Command in Cairo - Preparing for the Move South

Belmont - Testing the Confederate Cordon
Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Timber-Clads, Iron-Clads, Light-Draft Gun Boats and River Monitors

Naval Forces - Command Leadership
Engagements of Naval Forces  - Island 10, Plum Point Bend and Memphis

Responsibilities of Naval Forces: Suppressing Guerrilla War, Supporting River Conveys, Mine-Sweeping

 
misc_quilt2 6:30 PM  -  7:30 PM American Girls Book Club    
    Contact: Children's Library   412.531.1912   childrenslibrary@einetwork.net
   

Learn about American history and have fun reading the American Girl books.
For kids in grades 2, 3 and 4.

All book club books are available at the Children’s Desk one month prior to the meeting.
Registration for all clubs occurs  when the book is checked out from the library.

 

    Location: Maker Space
Thursday March 19, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday March 30, 2015 Go To Top
lib_bookflipping 7:00 PM  -  8:45 PM A Visit from Author Marian Szczepanski    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

Author Marian Szczepanski will visit Mt. Lebanon Public Library to discuss her book Playing St. Barbara as part of National Women's History month. 

The day will include a brief introduction about Marian's family background and the local history behind her novelfollowed by four short readings to introduce the main characters. Following the reading, Marian will answer audience questions about the story, historical research, the writing process, etc.  Copies of the book will be available for sale and Szczepanski will do a Q&A and book signing.  www.marianszczepanski.com/

The narrative of "Playing St. Barbara" focuses on a mother and three daughters living in a fictitious H.C. Frick Coke Company town, and the labor unrest, Ku Klux Klan intimidation, class discrimination, and major strike that affect their lives and those of their neighbors during the Depression era in Fayette County. Nine years of research went into the novel, and the bulk of it was done at Penn State Fayette's Coal & Coke Heritage Center, Pittsburgh-area archives and libraries, and "boots on the ground" visits to former coal company towns, abandoned coke ovens, and historic Pittsburgh neighborhoods. 

Marian is the granddaughter of immigrant coal miners and lived as a young child in the Jamison Coal Company (Crabtree) house where her mother and aunts were raised. Since she's always been interested in social history, especially women's history, she decided to research and write a novel from the perspective of women, especially immigrant women, who are largely underrepresented in mining literature. Her work at a Houston domestic violence hotline also informed the narrative. The book is especially appropriate for presentation during National Women's History month in March.

Huffington Post's reviewer called Playing St. Barbara “a stunning debut novel that shimmers with unforgettable characters while casting necessary light on a dark chapter in American history.” 

To date, 36 book clubs in seven states have chosen the novel for their reading lists.

Marian holds an MFA in fiction from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College and a BA in American Studies from the University of Notre Dame. Her short fiction has garnered the de Maine Award for an Emerging Writer from Clackamas Literary Review. I've also been recognized by the Houston Press Club for magazine feature writing. Houston Press named her to the 2014 list of "100 Houston Creatives." 

She teaches creative writing workshops both in Houston, where she currently lives, and out-of-state colleges and universities, writing centers, and conferences.

 

    Location: Meeting Room A
Thursday April 2, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday April 13, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_civil_war2 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM The American Civil War Era - U.S. Grant, His Lieutenants and Union Naval Support    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A multi-session series centered on the military leadership of General U.S. Grant, his lieutenants and support by Union Naval forces from 1861 to 1865.  The series includes lecture, discussion and videos.  Each month is topic oriented - you may join at any time without being concerned you have missed earlier sessions. 

Session Dates: The 2nd Monday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM. Please check the Events Calendar each month in the event it is necessary to cancel or move a session to an alternate date. 

Nov 10 - Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Officers and Sailors
Dec 8  -  Forts Henry and Donelson - Grant and Naval Forces Break the Confederate Cordon
Jan 12  -  Shilo - The War Changes
Feb 9 -  Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Tin-Clads (light patrol boats)
Mar 9 - Vicksburg - Grant and Naval Forces Close the Mississippi
April 13 - Chattanooga - Army and Naval Coordination
May 11  - Grant in Command of the Army - Naval Support in the Southwest and Mobile Bay

Suggested readings:  Ulysses S. Grant,  Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant. Bruce Catton - Grant Moves South (1861-63) and Grant Takes Command (1863-65). 

Presenter Rodger Duffy has a Master’s Degree in Political Geography from Northwestern University and taught at DePaul University in Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Until recently, he led the American History Discussion Group at the Mt. Lebanon Library for seven years.

COMPLETED -  2014 Sessions
Grant - From West Point to the War with Mexico and Resignation
Grant’s Civilian Interlude - Missouri and Illinois
The War Begins - Grant’s Command in Illinois and Missouri
Grant’s Command in Cairo - Preparing for the Move South
Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Timber-Clads and Iron-Clads
Belmont - Testing the Confederate Cordon

    Location: Meeting Room A
 
misc_quilt2 6:30 PM  -  7:30 PM American Girls Book Club    
    Contact: Children's Library   412.531.1912   childrenslibrary@einetwork.net
   

Learn about American history and have fun reading the American Girl books.
For kids in grades 2, 3 and 4.

All book club books are available at the Children’s Desk one month prior to the meeting.
Registration for all clubs occurs  when the book is checked out from the library.

 

    Location: Maker Space
Thursday April 16, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Thursday May 7, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.
Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday May 11, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_civil_war2 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM The American Civil War Era - U.S. Grant, His Lieutenants and Union Naval Support    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A multi-session series centered on the military leadership of General U.S. Grant, his lieutenants and support by Union Naval forces from 1861 to 1865.  The series includes lecture, discussion and videos.  Each month is topic oriented - you may join at any time without being concerned you have missed earlier sessions. 

Session Dates: The 2nd Monday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM. Please check the Events Calendar each month in the event it is necessary to cancel or move a session to an alternate date. 

Nov 10 - Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Officers and Sailors
Dec 8  -  Forts Henry and Donelson - Grant and Naval Forces Break the Confederate Cordon
Jan 12  -  Shilo - The War Changes
Feb 9 -  Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Tin-Clads (light patrol boats)
Mar 9 - Vicksburg - Grant and Naval Forces Close the Mississippi
April 13 - Chattanooga - Army and Naval Coordination
May 11  - Grant in Command of the Army - Naval Support in the Southwest and Mobile Bay

Suggested readings:  Ulysses S. Grant,  Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant. Bruce Catton - Grant Moves South (1861-63) and Grant Takes Command (1863-65). 

Presenter Rodger Duffy has a Master’s Degree in Political Geography from Northwestern University and taught at DePaul University in Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Until recently, he led the American History Discussion Group at the Mt. Lebanon Library for seven years.

COMPLETED -  2014 Sessions
Grant - From West Point to the War with Mexico and Resignation
Grant’s Civilian Interlude - Missouri and Illinois
The War Begins - Grant’s Command in Illinois and Missouri
Grant’s Command in Cairo - Preparing for the Move South
Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Timber-Clads and Iron-Clads
Belmont - Testing the Confederate Cordon

    Location: Meeting Room A
Thursday May 21, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.
Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
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Thursday June 4, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday June 8, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_civil_war2 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM The American Civil War Era - U.S. Grant, His Lieutenants and Union Naval Support    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A multi-session series centered on the military leadership of General U.S. Grant, his lieutenants and support by Union Naval forces from 1861 to 1865.  The series includes lecture, discussion and videos.  Each month is topic oriented - you may join at any time without being concerned you have missed earlier sessions. 

Session Dates: The 2nd Monday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM. Please check the Events Calendar each month in the event it is necessary to cancel or move a session to an alternate date. 

Nov 10 - Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Officers and Sailors
Dec 8  -  Forts Henry and Donelson - Grant and Naval Forces Break the Confederate Cordon
Jan 12  -  Shilo - The War Changes
Feb 9 -  Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Tin-Clads (light patrol boats)
Mar 9 - Vicksburg - Grant and Naval Forces Close the Mississippi
April 13 - Chattanooga - Army and Naval Coordination
May 11  - Grant in Command of the Army - Naval Support in the Southwest and Mobile Bay

Suggested readings:  Ulysses S. Grant,  Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant. Bruce Catton - Grant Moves South (1861-63) and Grant Takes Command (1863-65). 

Presenter Rodger Duffy has a Master’s Degree in Political Geography from Northwestern University and taught at DePaul University in Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Until recently, he led the American History Discussion Group at the Mt. Lebanon Library for seven years.

COMPLETED -  2014 Sessions
Grant - From West Point to the War with Mexico and Resignation
Grant’s Civilian Interlude - Missouri and Illinois
The War Begins - Grant’s Command in Illinois and Missouri
Grant’s Command in Cairo - Preparing for the Move South
Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Timber-Clads and Iron-Clads
Belmont - Testing the Confederate Cordon

    Location: Meeting Room A
Thursday June 18, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Study Room
Thursday July 2, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday July 13, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_civil_war2 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM The American Civil War Era - U.S. Grant, His Lieutenants and Union Naval Support    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A multi-session series centered on the military leadership of General U.S. Grant, his lieutenants and support by Union Naval forces from 1861 to 1865.  The series includes lecture, discussion and videos.  Each month is topic oriented - you may join at any time without being concerned you have missed earlier sessions. 

Session Dates: The 2nd Monday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM. Please check the Events Calendar each month in the event it is necessary to cancel or move a session to an alternate date. 

Nov 10 - Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Officers and Sailors
Dec 8  -  Forts Henry and Donelson - Grant and Naval Forces Break the Confederate Cordon
Jan 12  -  Shilo - The War Changes
Feb 9 -  Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Tin-Clads (light patrol boats)
Mar 9 - Vicksburg - Grant and Naval Forces Close the Mississippi
April 13 - Chattanooga - Army and Naval Coordination
May 11  - Grant in Command of the Army - Naval Support in the Southwest and Mobile Bay

Suggested readings:  Ulysses S. Grant,  Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant. Bruce Catton - Grant Moves South (1861-63) and Grant Takes Command (1863-65). 

Presenter Rodger Duffy has a Master’s Degree in Political Geography from Northwestern University and taught at DePaul University in Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Until recently, he led the American History Discussion Group at the Mt. Lebanon Library for seven years.

COMPLETED -  2014 Sessions
Grant - From West Point to the War with Mexico and Resignation
Grant’s Civilian Interlude - Missouri and Illinois
The War Begins - Grant’s Command in Illinois and Missouri
Grant’s Command in Cairo - Preparing for the Move South
Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Timber-Clads and Iron-Clads
Belmont - Testing the Confederate Cordon

    Location: Meeting Room A
Thursday July 16, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Thursday August 6, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday August 10, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_civil_war2 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM The American Civil War Era - U.S. Grant, His Lieutenants and Union Naval Support    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A multi-session series centered on the military leadership of General U.S. Grant, his lieutenants and support by Union Naval forces from 1861 to 1865.  The series includes lecture, discussion and videos.  Each month is topic oriented - you may join at any time without being concerned you have missed earlier sessions. 

Session Dates: The 2nd Monday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM. Please check the Events Calendar each month in the event it is necessary to cancel or move a session to an alternate date. 

Nov 10 - Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Officers and Sailors
Dec 8  -  Forts Henry and Donelson - Grant and Naval Forces Break the Confederate Cordon
Jan 12  -  Shilo - The War Changes
Feb 9 -  Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Tin-Clads (light patrol boats)
Mar 9 - Vicksburg - Grant and Naval Forces Close the Mississippi
April 13 - Chattanooga - Army and Naval Coordination
May 11  - Grant in Command of the Army - Naval Support in the Southwest and Mobile Bay

Suggested readings:  Ulysses S. Grant,  Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant. Bruce Catton - Grant Moves South (1861-63) and Grant Takes Command (1863-65). 

Presenter Rodger Duffy has a Master’s Degree in Political Geography from Northwestern University and taught at DePaul University in Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Until recently, he led the American History Discussion Group at the Mt. Lebanon Library for seven years.

COMPLETED -  2014 Sessions
Grant - From West Point to the War with Mexico and Resignation
Grant’s Civilian Interlude - Missouri and Illinois
The War Begins - Grant’s Command in Illinois and Missouri
Grant’s Command in Cairo - Preparing for the Move South
Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Timber-Clads and Iron-Clads
Belmont - Testing the Confederate Cordon

    Location: Meeting Room A
Thursday August 20, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Thursday September 3, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.
Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday September 14, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_civil_war2 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM The American Civil War Era - U.S. Grant, His Lieutenants and Union Naval Support    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A multi-session series centered on the military leadership of General U.S. Grant, his lieutenants and support by Union Naval forces from 1861 to 1865.  The series includes lecture, discussion and videos.  Each month is topic oriented - you may join at any time without being concerned you have missed earlier sessions. 

Session Dates: The 2nd Monday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM. Please check the Events Calendar each month in the event it is necessary to cancel or move a session to an alternate date. 

Nov 10 - Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Officers and Sailors
Dec 8  -  Forts Henry and Donelson - Grant and Naval Forces Break the Confederate Cordon
Jan 12  -  Shilo - The War Changes
Feb 9 -  Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Tin-Clads (light patrol boats)
Mar 9 - Vicksburg - Grant and Naval Forces Close the Mississippi
April 13 - Chattanooga - Army and Naval Coordination
May 11  - Grant in Command of the Army - Naval Support in the Southwest and Mobile Bay

Suggested readings:  Ulysses S. Grant,  Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant. Bruce Catton - Grant Moves South (1861-63) and Grant Takes Command (1863-65). 

Presenter Rodger Duffy has a Master’s Degree in Political Geography from Northwestern University and taught at DePaul University in Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Until recently, he led the American History Discussion Group at the Mt. Lebanon Library for seven years.

COMPLETED -  2014 Sessions
Grant - From West Point to the War with Mexico and Resignation
Grant’s Civilian Interlude - Missouri and Illinois
The War Begins - Grant’s Command in Illinois and Missouri
Grant’s Command in Cairo - Preparing for the Move South
Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Timber-Clads and Iron-Clads
Belmont - Testing the Confederate Cordon

    Location: Meeting Room A
Thursday September 17, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.
Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

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    Location: Meeting Room B
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Thursday October 1, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday October 12, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_civil_war2 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM The American Civil War Era - U.S. Grant, His Lieutenants and Union Naval Support    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A multi-session series centered on the military leadership of General U.S. Grant, his lieutenants and support by Union Naval forces from 1861 to 1865.  The series includes lecture, discussion and videos.  Each month is topic oriented - you may join at any time without being concerned you have missed earlier sessions. 

Session Dates: The 2nd Monday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM. Please check the Events Calendar each month in the event it is necessary to cancel or move a session to an alternate date. 

Nov 10 - Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Officers and Sailors
Dec 8  -  Forts Henry and Donelson - Grant and Naval Forces Break the Confederate Cordon
Jan 12  -  Shilo - The War Changes
Feb 9 -  Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Tin-Clads (light patrol boats)
Mar 9 - Vicksburg - Grant and Naval Forces Close the Mississippi
April 13 - Chattanooga - Army and Naval Coordination
May 11  - Grant in Command of the Army - Naval Support in the Southwest and Mobile Bay

Suggested readings:  Ulysses S. Grant,  Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant. Bruce Catton - Grant Moves South (1861-63) and Grant Takes Command (1863-65). 

Presenter Rodger Duffy has a Master’s Degree in Political Geography from Northwestern University and taught at DePaul University in Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Until recently, he led the American History Discussion Group at the Mt. Lebanon Library for seven years.

COMPLETED -  2014 Sessions
Grant - From West Point to the War with Mexico and Resignation
Grant’s Civilian Interlude - Missouri and Illinois
The War Begins - Grant’s Command in Illinois and Missouri
Grant’s Command in Cairo - Preparing for the Move South
Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Timber-Clads and Iron-Clads
Belmont - Testing the Confederate Cordon

    Location: Meeting Room A
 
misc_quilt2 6:30 PM  -  7:30 PM American Girls Book Club    
    Contact: Children's Library   412.531.1912   childrenslibrary@einetwork.net
   

Learn about American history and have fun reading the American Girl books.
For kids in grades 2, 3 and 4.

All book club books are available at the Children’s Desk one month prior to the meeting.
Registration for all clubs occurs  when the book is checked out from the library.

 

    Location: Maker Space
Thursday October 15, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Thursday November 5, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.
Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday November 9, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_civil_war2 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM The American Civil War Era - U.S. Grant, His Lieutenants and Union Naval Support    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A multi-session series centered on the military leadership of General U.S. Grant, his lieutenants and support by Union Naval forces from 1861 to 1865.  The series includes lecture, discussion and videos.  Each month is topic oriented - you may join at any time without being concerned you have missed earlier sessions. 

Session Dates: The 2nd Monday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM. Please check the Events Calendar each month in the event it is necessary to cancel or move a session to an alternate date. 

Nov 10 - Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Officers and Sailors
Dec 8  -  Forts Henry and Donelson - Grant and Naval Forces Break the Confederate Cordon
Jan 12  -  Shilo - The War Changes
Feb 9 -  Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Tin-Clads (light patrol boats)
Mar 9 - Vicksburg - Grant and Naval Forces Close the Mississippi
April 13 - Chattanooga - Army and Naval Coordination
May 11  - Grant in Command of the Army - Naval Support in the Southwest and Mobile Bay

Suggested readings:  Ulysses S. Grant,  Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant. Bruce Catton - Grant Moves South (1861-63) and Grant Takes Command (1863-65). 

Presenter Rodger Duffy has a Master’s Degree in Political Geography from Northwestern University and taught at DePaul University in Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Until recently, he led the American History Discussion Group at the Mt. Lebanon Library for seven years.

COMPLETED -  2014 Sessions
Grant - From West Point to the War with Mexico and Resignation
Grant’s Civilian Interlude - Missouri and Illinois
The War Begins - Grant’s Command in Illinois and Missouri
Grant’s Command in Cairo - Preparing for the Move South
Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Timber-Clads and Iron-Clads
Belmont - Testing the Confederate Cordon

    Location: Meeting Room A
 
misc_quilt2 6:30 PM  -  7:30 PM American Girls Book Club    
    Contact: Children's Library   412.531.1912   childrenslibrary@einetwork.net
   

Learn about American history and have fun reading the American Girl books.
For kids in grades 2, 3 and 4.

All book club books are available at the Children’s Desk one month prior to the meeting.
Registration for all clubs occurs  when the book is checked out from the library.

 

    Location: Maker Space
Thursday November 19, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.
Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Thursday December 3, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.

Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

[Book Discussion Groups]
    Location: Meeting Room B
Monday December 14, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_civil_war2 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM The American Civil War Era - U.S. Grant, His Lieutenants and Union Naval Support    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A multi-session series centered on the military leadership of General U.S. Grant, his lieutenants and support by Union Naval forces from 1861 to 1865.  The series includes lecture, discussion and videos.  Each month is topic oriented - you may join at any time without being concerned you have missed earlier sessions. 

Session Dates: The 2nd Monday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM. Please check the Events Calendar each month in the event it is necessary to cancel or move a session to an alternate date. 

Nov 10 - Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Officers and Sailors
Dec 8  -  Forts Henry and Donelson - Grant and Naval Forces Break the Confederate Cordon
Jan 12  -  Shilo - The War Changes
Feb 9 -  Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Tin-Clads (light patrol boats)
Mar 9 - Vicksburg - Grant and Naval Forces Close the Mississippi
April 13 - Chattanooga - Army and Naval Coordination
May 11  - Grant in Command of the Army - Naval Support in the Southwest and Mobile Bay

Suggested readings:  Ulysses S. Grant,  Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant. Bruce Catton - Grant Moves South (1861-63) and Grant Takes Command (1863-65). 

Presenter Rodger Duffy has a Master’s Degree in Political Geography from Northwestern University and taught at DePaul University in Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Until recently, he led the American History Discussion Group at the Mt. Lebanon Library for seven years.

COMPLETED -  2014 Sessions
Grant - From West Point to the War with Mexico and Resignation
Grant’s Civilian Interlude - Missouri and Illinois
The War Begins - Grant’s Command in Illinois and Missouri
Grant’s Command in Cairo - Preparing for the Move South
Naval Forces in the Western Theater - Building the Timber-Clads and Iron-Clads
Belmont - Testing the Confederate Cordon

    Location: Meeting Room A
 
misc_quilt2 6:30 PM  -  7:30 PM American Girls Book Club    
    Contact: Children's Library   412.531.1912   childrenslibrary@einetwork.net
   

Learn about American history and have fun reading the American Girl books.
For kids in grades 2, 3 and 4.

All book club books are available at the Children’s Desk one month prior to the meeting.
Registration for all clubs occurs  when the book is checked out from the library.

 

    Location: Maker Space
Thursday December 17, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 9:15 AM  -  12:30 PM American History Book Discussion Group    
    Contact: Mt. Lebanon Public Library   412-531-1912   events@mtlebanonlibrary.org
   

A facilitated, structured discussion forum focused on the historical growth of the American empire, both continental and global.   Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month.
Reading List for 2015:  A Matter of Justice Eisenhower And The beginning Of The Civil Rights Revolution.  David A. Nichols
The Cycles of American History: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Team of Rivals The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kerns Goodwin
Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, And The Opening  Of The American West. Stephen E. Ambrose

This group is led by Stephen Pouleris. Mr. Pouleris was awarded a degree in history, has taught history and was the director of Admissions at the Univ. of Hawaii. Additionally, he worked in the private sector for 3M.

Please contact Stephen Pouleris at slpouleris@verizon.net or 412-563-1388.  We will have copies of our selections available at the library for you to check out with your library card.
 

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    Location: Meeting Room B
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