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Dear Friends of Midland:
Saturday, May 28th, 2011 1:00PM
Historical ties proven: Thaddeus Stevens' Lancaster home was on Underground Railroad
Thaddeus Stevens Home and Office, Lancaster, PA designated authentic site by National Park Service’s Underground Railroad Network to Freedom
With additional documentation of U.S. Congressman Thaddeus Stevens’ role as a supporter of African Americans seeking freedom from slavery, the National Park Service on Wednesday in Wilmington, NC, approved the Stevens home and office at 45 South Queen Street in Lancaster as an authentic site in the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom program.
York Civil War Round Table 2011 Schedule:
May 18, 2011 - Joseph Stahl - "Identification Discs of Union Soldiers
in the Civil War at Gettysburg"
John Barry: An American Hero in the Age of Sail
Tim McGrath, Westholme, 2010
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