The West Virginia Humanities Council presents, "East Enders: Architectural Heirlooms in Charleston's Oldest Neighborhood," a Little Lecture by Dr. Billy Joe Peyton. rrThe history of Charleston's East End is a 150-year saga that begins with a neighborhood of exquisitely crafted homes built between the 1870s and 1930s, followed by years of decay and demolition prior to a dramatic revitalization effort undertaken by East Enders starting in the 1970s. Today, hundreds of architectural heirlooms have been preserved within the boundaries of the East End Historic District. rrDr. Peyton received his Ph.D. in History from West Virginia University, and is currently a History professor at West Virginia State University. He lives with his family in an architectural heirloom on Charleston's historic East End.