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Exhibit on abolitionist movement at library until June 28

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The Abbot Public Library exhibit “The Abolitionist Movement and the Underground Railroad in Marblehead” will be on view until June 28. On June 25, from 5 -7 p.m, a public reception will be held at the library, where Pam Peterson, director of the Marblehead Museum, will discuss the exhibit. The exhibit and reception are part of a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the founding of The Marblehead Task Force Against Discrimination.

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