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The Historical Society of Harford County Inc

Finding Your Roots
This week on #FindingYourRoots, our guests are Christiane Amanpour, Ann Curry and Lisa Ling. We’re finding answers to decades-old mysteries that they never imagined solving. Tune-in TOMORROW at 8/7c only on PBS!
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The Historical Society of Harford County Inc

Finding Your Roots
Get ready for an all-new episode of #FindingYourRoots, TOMORROW at 8/7c only on PBS! Our guests are award-winning actors, Felicity Huffman and Michael K. Williams!
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terrific show..

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For those who may have missed it in December, the WWI film documentary "They Shall Not Grow Old" will be shown again locally on January 21st at three area cinemas. Produced by filmmaker Peter Jackson, it is being shown in limited release. It is a moving look at the daily life of soldiers on the front lines and at rest. The entire film is composed from original B/W footage that has been colorized and which has had sound added from interviews recorded by WWI veterans over 50 years ago. It is well worth seeing and we highly recommend it. ... See MoreSee Less

For those who may have missed it in December, the WWI film documentary They Shall Not Grow Old will be shown again locally on January 21st at three area cinemas.  Produced by filmmaker Peter Jackson, it is being shown in limited release.  It is a moving look at the daily life of soldiers on the front lines and at rest. The entire film is composed from original B/W footage that has been colorized and which has had sound added from interviews recorded by WWI veterans over 50 years ago. It is well worth seeing and we highly recommend it.

MEMBERSHIP:
The Historical Society of Harford County welcomes individuals, families, and organizations of all backgrounds, ages, and degrees of interest and involvement. The only requisite for membership is a genuine commitment to the county and its people, and the payment of annual dues. The Society encourages all members to become as active as they can. The Society is run mostly by volunteers. Members get society publications, meeting notices, use of the all Society research collections, admission to the Hays House Museum, Headquarters museum, advanced invitations to Society dinners, programs, activities, and the Newsletter free. www.harfordhistory.org/support-us/membership/
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sign me up...might be time to join..

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