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M. Collins House Mar 15
Tonight! History Talks returns with 'Fatalities in Cork during the War of Independence' by Dr. Andy Bielenberg. FREE talk. 8pm Clonakilty Parish Centre.
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Michelle Ward Apr 5
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Alan Vallely Oct 7
The importance of saying “Thank You”. We were delighted to celebrate with our today
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UniofNorthampton May 21
Head over to our Facebook page tomorrow for a livestream talk with the History team, discussing Jack the Ripper. Not to be missed.
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Lauren Johnson Oct 26
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DNA Kits Aug 28
Replying to @DSRGenealogist
That is something I definitely did not know!
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William “Bee” Stribling Apr 12
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Nicola Lambert May 3
A photo from my first time giving a talk on fallen women and the press at a school. I was pleased that it went well and had some really interesting questions.
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David McKenzie Aug 21
Replying to @dpmckenzie
Binkiewicz talks about how federal funding begat much private funding. Shows many public sculptures. Also Artrain program in 1970s—art exhibit in four train cars.
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Chloë Prince Oct 12
My fiancé did a marvellous job of capturing me in pensive ballerina mode/sophisticated mode! I couldn’t wish for a more supportive husband-to-be; he sat with the ladies and even brought me a cup of tea at the end of my talk! 🕰
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Museum of Richmond Sep 23
Brilliant talk by Derek Robinson on the vicars of St Mary Magdalene church!
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David McKenzie Aug 21
Replying to @dpmckenzie
Binkiewicz: Reagan initially studied whether to cut programs. Decided they were worth it, got all in. Gave out national medal.
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UBC History Feb 28
Tomorrow- lecture: "In Papyro: Jacob Christian Schaffer and the Reinvention of Paper" with speaker Ilinca Iurascu, UBC, - BuTo 1197 from 3:00pm-4:30pm. Event details:
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LifeCare Edinburgh Mar 26
Thank you to for the donation of the delicious shortbread for our history talk today. We look forward to coffee and quiz time.
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Rosson House at Heritage Square Oct 17
Don't forget our Water in the Valley talk tonight with SRP Archivist Leah Harrison, located in our classroom in the Lath Pavilion, and absolutely free! ()
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David McKenzie Aug 21
Replying to @NEHgov @NEAarts
Binkiewicz: while Cold War has faded, & still with us, and doing a lot. Audience question about why separate orgs. Binkiewicz: initial plans for more endowments. These only two. Also remember NSF.
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U.S. Capitol Historical Society Nov 22
A modern critique of L’Enfant’s plan is that it failed because it was monarchical. Hawkins disagrees—a place like Versailles projects centralized power, but Hawkins sees L’Enfant working on connecting states to a central power (federal government).
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Tony Benton Jul 4
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George Marshall Medical Museum 💉 🏥 Oct 15
Replying to @GMMedicalMuseum
And collect your free copy of our brand new research booklet while you're here!
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Discover History Nov 21
Final booking of the day complete. Tonight we visited Birlingham Ladies group and talked about a Medieval .A time of greenery,Mummers Plays and feasting
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