Course detail: OSH066 - Osa and Martin Johnson: Life Is a Safari
Between 1917 and 1936, Martin and Osa Johnson of Chanute, Kan., travelled throughout the South Pacific and Africa documenting their adventures with reels of black and white film. In Borneo they encountered headhunters and cannibals, and in Africa Martin filmed close-ups of lions, elephants, rhinos, and zebras while Osa stood close by with a gun at the ready. We'll recount their adventures starting in Chanute before heading to more exotic places. We'll review the many books, still photos and documentaries they produced to wide acclaim around the world. Today, the Martin & Osa Johnson Safari Museum in Chanute stands in testament to their work.

 Session Detail:  OC18322F
Schedule: Every week on Tuesday, starting on 06/05/18 and ending on 06/19/18
Times: 02:00pm - 04:00pm
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Russ Hutchins
Russ Hutchins
Biography: Russ Hutchins teaches U.S. History, Western Civilization, and Economics at Friends University-Topeka. He is a retired public school administrator and educator of 41 years. No image available

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Edwards Campus
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Overland Park, KS 66213