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Subject: Early Americas Workshop Fall 2018!


Mark your calendars, grab your lunches, and please join us for the fall series of the Early Americas Workshop! All sessions are in Fenwick 3001.

Wednesday, September 12: George Oberle will present “New Early American Databases at Mason.”

Thursday, November 1: Alicia Tucker will present “’Three Volumes of Light Reading for Yours and Mrs. B Amusement’: A Community of Reading Women in Early Republic Virginia.”

Thursday, November 15: George Oberle will present “Washington’s National University: Forging Citizens and Diffusing Knowledge.”

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