Mendota After Hours: The Complex History of New York's Water Supply 


Join the Dakota County Historical Society and the Sibley Historic Site for August's Mendota After Hours!

This presentation will cover Dr. Soll's book Empire of Water: An Environmental and Political History of the New York City Water Supply, which recounts the profound environmental and political history of the largest municipal water supply in the United States.

Dr. David Soll is a professor at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire and teaches courses on environmental history and policy.

Space is limited, so please register at This is being offered as an in-person event. The event will be held in the Dupuis House on the corner of Sibley Memorial HWY and D Street. There will be one complimentary drink per person and complimentary food.


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