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Executive Director of Camden County Historical Society Leaves Position

It was announced this month the first African American executive director of the Camden County Historical Society, Jason Allen, left his position at the organization.The deficiency of funding for the programs and maintenance and perpetuation had been among the important

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Jason Allen Named Executive Directorof Camden County Historical Society

The Camden County Historical Society has named Jason E. Allen as its new Executive Director.  Prior to his appointment, Allen served as the director of interpretation at Cliveden.  He has also worked at the National Constitution Center, first as the

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Conference: The Challenge of Camden, The Challenge for America

From Rutgers-Camden: The Center for Urban Research and Education at Rutgers-Camden has announced its forthcoming conference, The Challenge of Camden, The Challenge of America, to be held Monday, April 22, 2013, 1-5 pm at the Multi-Purpose Room in the Rutgers Camden

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Save the Date for PubComm 13!

The planning committee for the Public History Community Forum (PubComm) is pleased to announce that PubComm 13 will be held at the Cooper Street Library on the Rutgers-Camden campus on Friday, April 26, 2013. Participants are invited to join walking

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Upcoming Public Programs Explore Visions of Camden at Stedman Gallery

On Thursday, January 17, the Stedman Gallery at Rutgers-Camden welcomed Camden residents and the campus community to its newest exhibit “Visions of Camden and an Artist’s Talk with featured artist Mickey O’Neill McGrath.  In his talk Brother McGrath praised Visions

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“Visions of Camden” Exhibit Opens January 17 at Stedman Gallery

From Rutgers-Camden: CAMDEN — A colorful and diverse display of artwork and artifacts will provide a unique perspective on the rich history of the City of Camden during a special exhibition at the Rutgers–Camden campus that will open Thursday, Jan.

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The Scribe of Camden

The immediate past director of MARCH, Howard Gillette, has been featured prominently in the Philadelphia Inquirer for his research on the City of Camden and dedication to public history in the Mid-Atlantic region.  The column by Kevin Riordan calls attention

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