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7 Nights of History

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Nov 27, 2019

7 Nights of History

7 Nights of History

Public talks by Department of History faculty members, followed by questions and discussion. Topics TBA.

Nov. 27

6:30 pm

Hose & Hydrant, 612 11th St. E.

Topic: to be announced

Free and open to the public


Info: history.department@usask.ca

 

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