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Alongside their two new special exhibits, "Forgotten Gateway: Coming to America Through Galveston Island" and "The 'Stranger's Disease:' Experiencing Yellow Fever in Galveston, 1837-1897," the Bryan Museum is hosting a speaker series to bring additional insight to the topics.

This event will feature Rabbi James Kessler of Congregation B'nai Israel Rabbi Emeritus presenting a lecture entitled "Rabbi Cohen: Galveston's Shepherd."

Alongside their two new special exhibits, "Forgotten Gateway: Coming to America Through Galveston Island" and "The 'Stranger's Disease:' Experiencing Yellow Fever in Galveston, 1837-1897," the Bryan Museum is hosting a speaker series to bring additional insight to the topics.

This event will feature Rabbi James Kessler of Congregation B'nai Israel Rabbi Emeritus presenting a lecture entitled "Rabbi Cohen: Galveston's Shepherd."

Alongside their two new special exhibits, "Forgotten Gateway: Coming to America Through Galveston Island" and "The 'Stranger's Disease:' Experiencing Yellow Fever in Galveston, 1837-1897," the Bryan Museum is hosting a speaker series to bring additional insight to the topics.

This event will feature Rabbi James Kessler of Congregation B'nai Israel Rabbi Emeritus presenting a lecture entitled "Rabbi Cohen: Galveston's Shepherd."

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The Bryan Museum
1315 21st St.
Galveston , TX 77550
https://www.thebryanmuseum.org/events-museum-events

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