Speaker: Leo Lyman
Edward Leo Lyman is a local history expert. In 1981, he received a Ph.D. from the University of California, Riverside. He taught at California State University, Riverside and at the Victor Valley College (where he is Emeritus Professor of History).
After 17 years in Victor Valley CA, he moved to Silver Reef UT in 2004. He continues to be a very active historian here in the southwest.
In 2007, he took over as the Utah State Director of the Old Spanish Trail Association (OSTA). Dr. Lyman continues to research, write, and is a popular lecturer.
Important Note Regarding Registration to Attend Brown Bag Lectures
Due to limited seating and high demand, you must register to attend any lecture. Sign up begins one week prior to each program at approximately 1:10 p.m. on each Friday at the conclusion of the program. Sixty seats are reserved for general admission, with an additional 20 seats for DASIA members. An additional 30-slot waiting list will be made available when the program is oversubscribed. Those on the waiting list will be contacted by telephone when a seat becomes available. Please be at the Public Lands Information Center by 11:45 a.m. to claim your seat.
Reservations may be made by calling the Public Lands Information Center at 435-688-3200.