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Local & Legendary:

Local & Legendary: Civil War Legacies in Maine

Saturday, May 10, 2014
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Morgan Hill Event Center
82 Morgan Hill Lane, Hermon, Maine 04401
Advance Registration required: $10 general public; $7 students
Includes all sessions, materials, and coffee.
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Join us for a morning of national and Maine-based speakers on the aftereffects of the Civil War: population decline, out-migration, and its economic impact; cultural aspects of the post-Civil War era; and why the War still affects us 150 years later.

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After the program, please enjoy displays of local history projects by the 2013-2014 Local and Legendary: Maine in the Civil War grant recipients from Belfast, Gorham, Presque Isle, Portland/Westbrook, and Windham.

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