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Making History Accessible: Expanding Access to PHC’s Archives

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Intern Hannah Cain shares her experiences and findings from the PHC archives.

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As USM Putting History to Work Intern Hannah Cain’s project draws to a close, she’ll share her experiences and findings on Thursday, December 9 at Noon, in a free Zoom program Making History Accessible: Expanding Access to PHC’s Archives. Hannah has done wonderful work making PHC archives more accessible in numerous ways, and made some interesting discoveries along the way!

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Pejepscot History Center is a non-profit, educational organization charged with preserving the collective heritage of Brunswick, Harpswell, and Topsham. The Society owns and operates the Joshua L. Chamberlain House Museum and the Skolfield-Whittier House, both of which are open to the public Memorial Day-Columbus Day. For further information please call the Center at 207.729.6606 or find us at www.pejepscothistorical.org.

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