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Black History in Concord: The Robbins House and Ellen Garrison

February 10 @ 12:00 PM

Learn about the history of The Robbins House and the stories of the Robbins and Garrison families, and Ellen Garrison’s journey from a school girl in Concord to her civil rights activism during Reconstruction, Sat. Feb. 10 noon-1 p.m.,  Goodwin Forum Main Library 129 Main Street, Concord.
The Robbins House, located on 320 Monument Street in Concord, is one of the only known historic sites commemorating the legacy of a previously enslaved Revolutionary War veteran, Caesar Robbins. It was also the home of fugitive slave Jack Garrison.

This program is made possible by the generosity of The Robbins House – Concord’s African American History.

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February 10
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm