About the Society
The Kirtlandia Society was organized in 1976 to support the research and educational goals of the Museum. The group was named in honor of doctor and naturalist Jared Potter Kirtland (1793-1877), who founded the Cleveland Academy of Natural Sciences, a predecessor of the Museum.
Kirtlandia Society members meet monthly and enjoy programs on topics of current interest in natural history given by Museum curators and local experts. The Kirtlandia Society meets on the second Saturday of most months. The June meeting is on the third Saturday; there is no meeting in July. Coffee and conversation start at 9:30 am. Programs begin at 10 am. See below for the current schedule of speakers, or visit the Kirtlandia Society website
Saturday, April 11
"Our" Dr. Kirtland Revisited by Thomas M. Daniel, M.D., Case Western Reserve University
Saturday, May 9
When Nature Goes Unnoticed by Matthew W. Sorrick, Hiram College
Saturday, June 20
A Most Ancient Village
by Dr. Brian Redmond, Curator and John Otis Hower Chair of Archaeology
Kirtlandia Society members support:
Visit www.kirtlandiasociety.org or contact Ann DuFresne at (216) 231-4600, ext. 3243 or email@example.com. You can also find the Kirtlandia Society on Facebook.
Looking for Kirtlandia, the Museum's scientific publication? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Jared Potter Kirtland: Naturalist, Physician, Sage of the Western Reserve
by Thomas M. Daniel
Jared Potter Kirtland is an icon in the history of Ohio's Western Reserve. He delved into disciplines ranging from natural history to medicine and his influence persists to the present day. In this meticulously researched biography, Thomas M. Daniel brings into view the complete picture of the life and accomplishments of this distinguished, yet humble man.
This biography can be purchased from the Harold T. Clark Library
during regular hours. List price $22.95. Email email@example.com