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How Did President Garfield Die? [Part 4]

Continuing our series on Garfield’s death – join us for the talk Thursday.

Thursday: (Harper’s Weekly)

On September 19, 1881, President Garfield died in a New Jersey seashore cottage. 113 more words

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How Did President Garfield Die? [part 3]

Continuing our series on Garfield’s death–join us for the talk Thursday, and read more at the Plain Dealer, cleveland.com!

Wednesday: (Harper’s Magazine, Volume 25, 628) 139 more words

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How Did Garfield Die? (part 2)

Continuing our series from Monday–come hear more at Thursday’s EVENT!

Tuesday: (Picture source: Kouwenhoven, John Atlee. Adventures of America, 1857-1900: A Pictorial Record from Harper’s Weekly. 128 more words

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How Did President Garfield Die??

Have you ever wondered? President Garfield felled–but not by a bullet!

On July 2, 1881, President James Garfield was shot by a disgruntle federal job seeker, Charles Guiteau. 345 more words

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What’s Hip-Hop Got to Do with Education?

Guest blogger: Courtney-Rae Reinecke, UMFA ACME Intern

Outside the Glendale Branch of the Salt Lake City Public Library, break dancing erupted when DJ Dynamic started busting out the beats. 890 more words

Mixers and Conversations: New Year of Events to kick off!

It’s almost September, and the Dittrick has launched our latest series of events–with a brand new kind of get-together: Museum Mixers!

Do you love CONVERSATIONS… 841 more words

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2016 Northwest Fossil Fest at the Rice Northwest Museum

The Northwest Fossil Fest sponsored by the North America Research Group (NARG) will take place at the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals on Saturday, August 13, 2016, from 10 AM to 5 PM. 161 more words

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