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Photo Preservation Workshop

St. Clair County Historical Society

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Learn how to preserve and protect your photographic memories. Join us for a fun, hands-on workshop with Curator Will Shannon. It all takes place at the Emma Kunz House (602 Fulton Street in Belleville; Lower Level) on Saturday, March 3rd from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Illinois Bicentennial Gifts/Souvenirs

Illinois Bicentennial Commission

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Looking for official Illinois Bicentennial gift/souvenir items to sell at your museum shop or historical society or for yourself? The Illinois Bicentennial website, www.Illinois200.com has all sorts of suggestions to help make your celebration special. Flags, banners, apparel, commemorative gifts, tote bags, lapel pins, holiday items, blankets, and can coolers are just a few of the commemorative souvenirs available for purchase. To find out more, follow this link: https://orders.corp-imaging.com/IllinoisBicentennial/#.

Settled From The Bottom Up: Illinois 1818-1824

Morris Library, SIU Carbondale

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Visit Morris Library's Hall of Presidents and Chancellors and view a poster exhibit featuring several early maps from the library's Special Collections Research Center that show how southern Illinois was settled before the rest of the state.

Exhibit is open December 18, 2017 through March 30, 2018.

The Perfect Gift—An ISHS Membership

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Are you looking for a great gift for the person who has everything or who loves history? Consider a gift membership to the Illinois State Historical Society. Stay up to date on the bicentennial happenings and other historical events around Illinois. You can get that perfect gift that keeps on giving by calling 866-244-0626 or online at http://www.historyillinois.org/Membership.aspx
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