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Charlene Mires
Explorer of history and American cities, writer of books. Latest quest: The search for the Capital of the World. (Could it be your home town?)
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MARCH Director Nov 13
We still have room for you in this great workshop!
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Nicole Belolan Nov 13
Want to learn abt preserving historic porches from experts this Sat., 11/17, 9-12 ? Register for our workshop! Light brekky included. Because, brekky. And porches.
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MARCH Director Nov 12
Don’t forget about our one day hands on workshop, Preserving Your Porch, this Saturday Nov. 17 at the Arch St. Meeting House. Learn to keep your historic porch looking its best for years to come. Breakfast included!
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Vineland History Oct 27
This is Lucy Sawyer, one of the 172 Vineland women who in 1868 staged the largest suffrage protest ever seen in America, where they cast their votes in protest even though they knew the ballots wouldn't officially count. Be like Lucy. VOTE. It mattered then. It matters now.
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Nicole Belolan Oct 23
Do you have a historic porch or work at a place that does? Want to learn how to keep it looking its best? Join me 11/17 for a hands-on porch workshop with expert instructors from ! .
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MARCH Director Oct 20
It’s the big finale of ! We’ll be out on Cooper Street all day leading tours and telling stories. Look for the balloons – or the suffragette!
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MARCH Director Oct 19
We’re so excited to see everyone tomorrow for ! 10 am to 4 pm, stop in and say hello, sign up for a tour, enter a raffle, or grab some refreshments!
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MARCH Director Oct 19
Popcorn, candy, and a movie. What could be better on a chilly Friday night? Screening The Camden 28 at 401 Penn Street, 4th floor auditorium!!
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MARCH Director Oct 19
Join us tonight for a screening of The Camden 28. This 2007 documentary is about the 28 Catholic activists arrested in 1971 for attempting to break into Camden's draft office in protest of the Vietnam War. 401 Penn St, next to Robeson Library, 6pm. Free and open to the public.
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MARCH Director Oct 19
Wow, we have a full house today! MARCH staff, Rutgers students, and community members are meeting here for a new project with the Camden County History Alliance.
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RCCA Oct 19
DISCOVER COOPER STREET Historic District, Sat, Oct. 20th 10 am - 4 pm Get to know the history of Cooper Street, Camden, NJ All events are free and open to the public. @grazielldpr
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Rutgers–Camden Oct 19
Stroll back in time on Cooper Street, part of the National Register for Historic Places, during 's interactive event, 10/20, 10am-4pm
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MARCH Director Oct 18
The artist approves! Photographer Ken Hohing came by today to see the pop-up exhibit Lauren made for his 1986 series on Camden.
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MARCH Director Oct 18
Stop by our office at 325 Cooper Street on Saturday October 20 from 10am to 4pm to see our exhibit, sign up for tours, or chat with the MARCH staff! There’s events all day.
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Rutgers–Camden Oct 18
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Charlene Mires Oct 18
Loving the playlist !!!
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Nicole Belolan Oct 18
We’re following ! We’re finding that following on w/ multiple columns projected onto a larger screen works well for group viewing.
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Rutgers–Camden Oct 18
Tomorrow, join for a screening of the "Camden 28" documentary about Vietnam War activists 📅 10/19 ⏰ 6pm 📍 401 Penn Classroom
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Nicole Belolan Oct 17
If you visit us for Camden County History week, be sure to check out this small but mighty exhibition featuring then and now photos of Camden buildings. In some cases, huge changes; in others, very little! Photos by Prof Ken Hohing
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Backgrounders Oct 16
Today kicks off , and there's lots of fun and educational events happening around the region! Start the week off with our essay on the history of the city itself:
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