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Walk in Wednesday:One-on-One Library Technology Assistance

Get help with library resources, including downloading e-Books from Libby and Hoopla, using the library catalog and resources, using mobile print, and using the photocopier and scanner. Reservations not required. This takes place at Vauxhall Branch.

The Revolutionary World of a Free Black Man

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Jacob Francis, a free Black man born in 1754 in New Jersey, lived through two revolutionary periods in the United States, serving as a Continental soldier and during the American Revolution. He was also involved in the fight for equal rights for Black people. He married an enslaved woman , bought her freedom, and set her free. His son become a prominent leader in the movement to abolish slavery and achieve equal rights.Presented by William Kidder, author of The Revolutionary World of a Free Black Man: Jacob Francis 1754–1836.Presented by William Kidder, author of The Revolutionary World of a Free Black Man: Jacob Francis 1754–1836. This is a Zoom program.

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