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This tour will feature a look at the Library Company exhibition, #GiltyPleasures, and a special collection review, with African American History Specialist Jasmine Smith, focusing on Octavius Catto and other Philadelphia abolitionists.
Another Brooklyn, by New York Times best-selling author Jacqueline Woodson, is the 2018 selection for the Free Library of Philadelphia’s One Book, One Philadelphia program. Join us at the Library Company for a discussion of Another Brooklyn accompanied by an exploration of original materials from our African American history collection, relating to communities from the later 19th through early 20th centuries.
6:00 pm: Lecture with Dr. Paul A. Cimbala and Dr. Randall M. Miller
Reception to follow
Free for Shareholders
$10 for Non-Shareholders
Join the Library Company as we examine the impact of the Civil War on the life, culture, and community of the Northern states. Led by Dr. Paul A. Cimbala, Professor of History at Fordham University, and Library Company Trustee Dr. Randall M. Miller, Professor of History at St. Joseph’s University, the authors of the recently published book, The Northern Home Front during the Civil War, participants will capture a glimpse into the daily lives of those affected, including women, children, immigrants, and African Americans.