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Self-Cultivation, Individual Change: A Study of Thoreau’s Indian Notebooks

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Self-Cultivation, Individual Change:

A Study of Thoreau’s Indian Notebooks

Henry David Thoreau’s study of Native Americans and their culture helped contribute to his understanding of people who lived on the margins of society. Thoreau Society executive director Michael Frederick will lead this course.

Presented by the Thoreau Society and Thoreau Farm

Wed, Feb 13, 2:30-4 pm, Thoreau Farm: Birthplace of Henry David Thoreau -FULL

Wed, Feb 13, 4:30-6 pm, Thoreau Farm: Birthplace of Henry David Thoreau – Fee: $10

Download the Concord Carlisle ACE course catalog for Winter 2019 (registration information included).

Registration:

Go to Concord Carlisle Adult & Community Education (www.concordcarlisleace.org) to register online.

Call 978-318-1432 to register by phone.

Mail to Concord-Carlisle Adult & Community Education, 500 Walden St, Concord, MA 01742.

Visit the Concord-Carlisle ACE office at 500 Walden St, Concord.

Date

Feb 13 2019
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Time

2:30 pm - 6:00 pm
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