Ashley Sedlak-Propst, interim executive director and curator for The Concord Museum, stands beside a case of images highlighting the people behind Reconstruction efforts in Concord. “God grant that Scotia’s faculty and students may keep right on their good work of wiping out race lines and healing the breach in the Church and the nation between the North and the South,” said Scotia’s second president, David Junkin Satterfield.
Ashley Sedlak-Propst, interim executive director and curator for The Concord Museum, stands beside a case of images highlighting the people behind Reconstruction efforts in Concord. “God grant that Scotia’s faculty and students may keep right on their good work of wiping out race lines and healing the breach in the Church and the nation between the North and the South,” said Scotia’s second president, David Junkin Satterfield. Lisa Thornton
Ashley Sedlak-Propst, interim executive director and curator for The Concord Museum, stands beside a case of images highlighting the people behind Reconstruction efforts in Concord. “God grant that Scotia’s faculty and students may keep right on their good work of wiping out race lines and healing the breach in the Church and the nation between the North and the South,” said Scotia’s second president, David Junkin Satterfield. Lisa Thornton