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Researching Civil War Family Members at the State Library

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Brown Bag on Researching Civil War Family Members

Bring your lunch and join us to hear Connie Reik, Government Publications Coordinator at Tisch Library at Tufts University, speak about researching family members who served in the Civil War. With the continued sesquicentennial of the War much in the news, the interest in this major part of American history is stronger than ever.

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012
12 until 1:30 PM

State Library of Massachusetts
Room 442, State House

For registration information and a list of their upcoming events, take a look at the State Library's full blog post.

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