Join guest lecturer Carl Quatraro as he discusses the Titanic – The Unsinkable Legend. This program will be hosted virtually by the Tuscarawas County Public Library System on Wednesday, April 14th at 6:30 PM.
“Over 100 years have passed since the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic, yet misinformation remains about what actually happened on that night in April 1912,” said Public Services Associate Jeff Bray.
At its time of service, the Titanic was the largest ocean liner in the world. The vessel sank four days into its maiden voyage from Southhampton to New York City in the North Atlantic Ocean.
Bray said attendees will view April 15, 1912 newspaper headlines during the program as Quatraro presents details about the five myths that persist about this tragedy.
This program will take place virtually through Zoom. Space is limited but registration is required. Interested parties can register by visiting the library’s online event calendar or by calling 330-364-4474.